We have lots of news to share in this update, including an updated Arduino library, a Micropython module, documentation, and much more. Read the full update.
We are happy to report that nearly all crowdfunded Inkplates have now shipped out to backers! If you received yours, please drop us a line and let us know what you think. This update includes information about the Forum, ongoing Arduino librarary development work, some new sample code, and our plans for the future. Read the full update.
The shipment of pre-orders was delayed due to customs issues, but Mouser now has all remaining Inkplates and will be sending them out to customers very soon! Read the full update.
The time has come. Inkplate 6 has begun shipping, and many of you have already received yours. Which makes this a good time for us to provide some guidance on how to set up your Inkplate 6 and get started working with it. We made everything is as simple as we could, so the setup process itself shouldn't take more than five minutes. This update walks you through those five minutes. It also includes information about: our library of examples, Peripheral Mode, battery power, and open source documentation Read the full update.
Fulfillment is ramping up. If you need to update your shipping address, you can do so through your account settings on Crowd Supply. Read the full update.
Good news! All Crowdfunding orders are on their way to Mouser for fulfillment. Also in this update: a brief summary of our plans for the near future, and...pictures! Read the full update.
We are hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Crowd Supply's Discord channel at 1pm Pacific Time this Wednesday, April 29th. Also in this update: survey success and OSHWA certification! Read the full update.
This update covers various improvements to our hardware design files and to the Inkplate 6 Arduino library. In it, we also ask that you please consider filling out a six-question survey about the features you would most like to see in our next Inkplate product. Read the full update.
Supply chains have gone through major disruption and are still recovering. Country restrictions, such as those placed on our company in Croatia, are limiting our capabilities. Even shipping companies have greatly increased their delivery times. Nothing is as it used to be, and we are doing our best to deliver Inkplate 6 to you on time. Unfortunately, given the situation, we are guessing that you were all waiting for an update like this. And sure enough, we are now estimating that we will ship the first batch of Inkplates on May 20th, and complete shipping to all backers by July 2nd. Read the full update.
A huge thank you to everyone who helped our campaign succeed! Over the past week, we've been validating our final prototype, ordering parts, and improving our partial refresh algorithm. Keep reading to learn more! Read the full update.
A 3D-printed enclosure is now available for Inkplate 6! (If you already purchased an Inkplate 6 and want an enclosure, please contact Crowd Supply and give them your order number.) Read the full update.
For the past few days, we have been working on a 3D-printable case for Inkplate 6. This update includes photographs of the case and links to updated technical drawings of Inkplate 6. Read the full update.
We will be holding a livestream next Tuesday, the 14th of January, at 8 pm Croatian time (11 am Pacific, 2 pm Eastern). Borna & David, the creators of Inkplate 6, will demonstrate the board's basic features. An Ask Me Anything (AMA) segment will follow. Please feel free to submit questions in advance using the Ask a Technical Question link at the bottom of our campaign page. Read the full update.
We would like to send a sincere thank you to everyone who is supporting the project by backing it, talking about it, or introducing it to others. This update covers the use of third-party controllers to drive Inkplate 6. It also includes two short videos that show partial updates in action. Read the full update.
e-radionica is thrilled to announce that Inkplate 6 is now available on Crowd Supply. Come have a look at our easy-to-use, open hardware, ESP32-powered e-paper screen with on-board Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and support for Arduino IDE and MicroPython. Read the full update.