What duino to choose?


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I was finally ready to buy an Arduino, I got into Google, and found that they had multiplied quite a lot: arduino, freeduino, seeduino, netduino and all the others. Where they differ is installed, the microcontroller, memory, number of inputs/outputs, interface, size, price and, in the end, even the name.

All these boards are compatible with additional modules, such MotorShield and the like?
How many sensors, displays and other gadgets can connect to the Board at the same time? And is it possible to increase this number by connecting any additional modules?
What level projects will fit in 16KB/32KB/256Kb flash memory?
Does it make sense to take a ready-made whales with bells and whistles included? Or is it better to buy them as needed?

Want to do some poseuse-flying-riding robot that reacts to every change in the environment.
What would you recommend?
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> All these boards are compatible with additional modules, such MotorShield and the like?
here ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino lists Shield-compatible boards
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> How many sensors, displays and other gadgets can connect to the Board at the same time?
Depending on the Board and the lotions. For example Arduino Mega 2560 has 54 digital and 16 analog pins, the Arduino Nan0 — 16 and 8.
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> Does it make sense to take a ready-made whales with bells and whistles included? Or is it better to buy them as needed?
Kits it makes sense to take when: 1) you don't know what you want, first, just to try; 2) when set fully matches your selected task. For your task I don't know ready set.
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I'm in a similar situation, but decided that I would take the arduino uno (the last Board), but the soldering iron I have almost nothing, we have to take kit, at least with the minimum development Board.
If you want to connect a lot of whistles, we advise you to look at Arduino Mega 2560 (http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardMega2560), it 54 i/o pins.
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Damn, wrong link given (there is also interesting, but not that)
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Here is the correct:
\rroboforum.ru/wiki/ORduino
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>I want to do some poseuse-flying-riding robot that reacts to every change in the environment.
What would you recommend?
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A similar desire. But I decided to just take the different components of the servo, motor, diodes. Because it makes sense to break in a simpler example.
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If you want to collect poseuse-flying-riding robot, we suggest you to start reading the wiki robocraft.ru/page/summary/
Well, we'll see — so you'll know what and how much you need, good examples there. But generally, the robot 14 pins of arduino uno is not enough, so, most likely, you'll need a mega
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