Step 6: Keyboard and Mouse Emulation

Of course the most exciting new feature is direct USB support. That means it can operate as an actual USB device. It can emulate a computer mouse, keyboard, or both.

The Arduino library has made it really easy to do by creating a two new classes - one for emulating a mouse, and the other a keyboard.
<p>D17 &ndash; SS &ndash; PB0 is also available from the ATMEGA32u4 pin 8, at a via near A4. I soldered a pin there for access to SS near the SPI port.</p><p>Thanks for the info on the Leonardo.</p>
<p>i have an older version of sparkfun xbee stackable shield which doesnt have SCL n SCA pins but i need to use them to read gyro readings wirelessly! Anyone knows how can I get around this? urgent... please help..! :)</p>
how burning using arduino leonardo
<p>Nice intro. One addition: in addition to Linux being Leonardo-ready, you don't need to install USB drivers for OSX either. :-)</p>
hey,friend it's look like u have a great knowlage on arduino i need ur help,i m new to arduino..i want to run arduino programme which i'hv (made for leonardo board only) and check whether there is any error in programme or not..and than i want to upload this programme in programme board and acorrding to programme it'll run 2 gear motor,so how can i check it and load it..can u please tell me step wise instruction or put this instructable type vedio..i'll be thankfull,thank you
The shield is a Motor Shield like a Adafruit v1.2, compatible with Uno but not with Leonardo.
Have you got any diagram of how to mapping the pins between a shield for Uno that is not compatible with Leonardo directly? <br>Can it be done using a breadboard? <br> <br>Thank you.
But... you can't remove the microcontroller? I thought the whole point of Arduino was to program a microcontroller, remove it, and then put it in another project... They expect people to buy/make a new board for every project? <br> <br>I won't be buying one, not unless they start putting a socket on it instead of surface mount soldering it to the board.
All I ever really wanted was an extra 5V pin
IF only I'd know a little earlier I wouldn't have bought an Uno, Thanks for sharing.
i know, i bought an uno the day before Maker Faire Bay Area and then it was released there and was introduced by Massimo Banzi himself in his presentation and i felt kinda sad because it was cheaper and better. Luckily i was able to get one before all of the first 100 leonardo's were bought for $20 in the MakerShed there. But then when i got home i examined it and had no idea about the extras, so this instructable has helped me. <br />

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