Microsoft made robotic air hockey on Windows 10 IoT Core
Microsoft made robotic air hockey on Windows 10 IoT Core

Microsoft made robotic air hockey on Windows 10 IoT Core

Microsoft made robotic air hockey on Windows 10 IoT Core

Microsoft has released the version of Windows 10 IoT Core for the Internet of Things, which runs on low-power miniature systems and can be used on devices without screens, such as home automation systems, sensors, miniature robots, and so on.

For operation, an x86 or ARM processor with a frequency of 400 MHz, a minimum of 256 MB of RAM and a memory module of 2 GB or more is required. For demonstration, Microsoft created a robotic table for air hockey. The robotic adversary was created on a MinnowBoard Max mini-PC with a 64-bit Imtel Atom processor and Windows 10 IoT Core:

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