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So,

My lovely wife got me a Due for Christmas.  Now I'm trying to think o what to do with it.  Has anyone done any neat experiments with this thing that take advantage of or demonstrate it's capabilities?
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A Due does about 84MHz.

Sorry couldn't resist smiley-wink  I don't have a Due yet, sort of waiting to hear what other folks are doing, so will be interested to see responses.
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Massimo Banzi gave a great introduction to it at Maker Faire NYC this year.  The entire talk is here:

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You might want to check out this part of the forum:  http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,87.0.html
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