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My preference for this style of thing is the series of controllers, sensors, and actuators made by TinkerForge. They use the same style of USB daemon to talk to the microcontroller(s), but there are then bindings in Python, C#, C++, Java, Perl, etc, etc. They also have more 'stuff' available to add (IMUs, I/O, motor controllers, all many of sensors, video controllers, etc.)

I've no idea why they're not more popular. Low marketing budget I'd guess...

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