We have seen many unboxing, feedback, and projects of Wio Terminal on SNS, as well as many discussions in our forum since last week. Check today’s summary and find out what’ new about Wio Terminal!
This post will be covered by:
- The Beginner’s Guide to Wio Terminal in Japanese
- Use Grove – Gas Sensor(MQ3) with Wio Terminal (ArduPy)
- Community Projects Collection
The Beginner’s Guide to Wio Terminal in Japanese
We are glad to know that many Japanese users like Wio Terminal, and to help more Japanese users get started with Wio Terminal with ease, we translated Wio Terminal’s wiki from English to Japanese. For now, we have released the beginner’s guide, and are working on more useful peripherals and samples! Let us know which part you would like to learn more and we will work on it in priority 😉
Tip: Click the EN button at the top of the page and view the EN wiki for more untranslated information.
Use Grove – Gas Sensor(MQ3) with Wio Terminal (ArduPy)
The Grove – Gas Sensor(MQ3) module is useful for gas leakage detection (in home and industry). It is suitable for detecting Alcohol, Benzine, CH4, Hexane, LPG, CO. Due to its high sensitivity and fast response time, measurements can be taken as soon as possible. The sensitivity of the sensor can be adjusted by using the potentiometer.
With the help of Grove – Gas Sensor and Wio Terminal, you can build your Gas leakage monitor system with ease. Check the detailed tutorial here!
Community Projects Collection
We found a phrase called “Wio Terminal祭り” on Twitter, which means that people from community posting their unboxing, new discoveries, projects, and celebrating a Wio Terminal Festival. Let’ s have a look!
With Raspberry Pi
Use the Infrared Emitter (IR 940nm) to make a remote controller:
Reviews and Tutorials
Compared M5stack with Wio Terminal:
Get Started with Wio Terminal:
Configure Wifi Function:
Run NES Emulator in Rust:
We will keep updating feedback and projects for Wio Terminal from the community, look forward to your participation!
Don’ t know how to get started? Ask anything at our forum!