When can we expect wiki on Arduino with the wio lite ai stm32H725ae thingie?

Eagerly awaiting wiki wio lite ai. Seems to be easier starting with Arduino than using STM32CubeIde

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Probably soon. Looking forward to it …

Talking to my self again I guess… :thinking: same ol’ story…

Mine was delivered yesterday, and I’d love to know too.
I’ve a few computer vision projects bubbling about in my brain, now I need information on how to get it out…

Help please!!!

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One of the most exciting techs in this decade. Helping AI in making humans superfluous might help in saving the planet from a pollutional point of view…:sunglasses:

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Anyone in the comunity got some suggestions on how to get started?

Guess I will not hurt to have a go at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfiRJ1qgToc
and also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOTWZI4RHA8&list=PLPK2l9Knytg7O_okVr-prI1KbZ8GJeMKz
while were waiting…

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https://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Wio-Lite-W600/ and similar

Dang it, I bought a Raspberry Pi 3B, not a 4. well poop.

I am wondering the same.

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Would it help if I said Please??? :slightly_smiling_face:

Hello everyone, I am sorry to see a similar problem again, I always thought that this problem has been successfully resolved on our Discord channel. At present, we are busy with the development and testing of this product, and the official Wiki is also in the process of stepping up production. If you have an urgent need to learn to use this product, please refer to the official STM user manual for learning and use. I am sorry again.
STM32_AI_Integration.rar (2.6 MB)

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