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What is Viper

VIPER (Viper Is Python Embedded in Realtime) is an easy to use, professional and performant development suite for the cross-platform and high level design of interactive objects, artistic installations, and internet/cloud connected devices.

Viper is an open source, powerful, easy and affordable way to develop innovative devices and applications based on the ARM Cortex 32-bit micro-controllers combined with other state-of-the-art sensors and actuators, and expansion boards. It enables fast prototyping with leading-edge bards and components that can quickly be transformed into final designs. Programming Examples and reference designs for many applications are provided and they help designers to make the transition from prototype to final product even smoother.

Viper runs on the most used prototyping boards like: Arduino DUE, UDOO, ST Nucleo, Spark Core and Photon, and also on professional hardware based on ARM micro-controllers.

Viper is a solution for creatives, designers and IoT professionals who need to focus their efforts on projects design and ideas without caring about non-added value elements like: low level programming of the particular micro-controller board; device drivers; memory; etc. However Viper integrates a real-time operating systems which also allows designer to use all the features of embedded hardware if required.

Viper is not just another programming library for Arduino associated with a sensor kit. Viper is composed of a set of open source tools developed from scratch in order to allow users to approach to the embedded world in few clicks.

The Viper Suite Components


VIPER components are open source and released under GPL3, Apache2 and MIT licenses depending on the used libraries and codes.

Viper free version can be downloaded from the download page

Viper sources are available on the Viper Github Page

The Viper App Andorid version is available on Google Play, iOS version is under development.

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