• I²CDriver: the Open Source Tool for Controlling I²C Devices

    I²CDriver is an easy-to-use, open-source tool for controlling I²C devices. It works with Windows, Mac, and Linux and has a built-in color screen that shows a live “dashboard” of all the I²C activity. The 61 x 49mm...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • C-Sky: a $6 Linux Development Board with HDMI and USB

    Hangzhou C-SKY Microsystems Co has launched a development board that runs Linux on a CK610M SoC. The C-SKY Linux Development Board sells for 39-40 Yuan ($5.60 to $7.05) on Taobao and $19.50 to $21.50 on AliExpress. This board...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • MobiLimb: the Robotic Limb for Your Smartphone

    The maker Marc Teyssier in collaboration with a team stretching across two universities in France have created a completely original accessory for your smartphone: MobiLimb, a robotic finger the plugs directly into your smartphone. The device uses an Arduino...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Zero BreadBoard Multi-Power Supply

    The Zero Multi-Power Supply is a powerful power supplier board for your electronics project and it offers a number of input and outputs and can easily be attached to a breadboard providing outputs from 1.25V-24V. Features are: Multi...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • CANable: the Open Source USB to CAN Adapter

    The CANable is a small open-source USB to CAN adapter. The CANable shows up as a virtual serial port on your computer and acts as a serial-line to CAN interface. On Linux the CANable works natively with...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • Open Source RF Signal Generator Features Wi-Fi Connectivity

    Istanbul-based startup ERA Instruments has launched a crowd-funding campaign to bring its ERASynth RF Signal Generator into mass production. The campaign -hosted on the Crowd Supply– is targeting to raise $40,000 to fund the final stages of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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