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Arduino and MathematicaComputation in the Maker World

In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Christopher Wolfram and Keshav Saharia explain how they've connected Mathematica to the Arduino and demonstrate some of the possibilities for using the connection to measure, compute, visualize, and control our physical world.

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