Introducing the latest project from Excamera Labs: I²CMini - a tiny USB to I²C bridge that is compatible with I²CDriver. Just like its bigger version I²CDriver, I²CMini is a tool for controlling I²C devices over USB. Together they make an ideal workflow: you can debug and develop with I²CDriver, and deploy with I²CMini. Read the full update.
I²CDriver items are now stocked and available to ship immediately. Read the full update.
We're working hard here assembling and testing everything for the backer rewards. If all goes according to plan, the rewards will be shipping in a few days. Now would be a great time to check that your shipping information is current and correct. Read the full update.
If you haven't backed the I²CDriver campaign yet, it's ending quite soon. So you have about 48 hours to back it, and be the first to get the I²CDriver and - if you like - associated goodies. Read the full update.
I didn't expect to be posting this update so soon. I²CDriver has passed its funding goal, so it will certainly happen. Thanks very much if you're a backer. I really appreciate your support. Read the full update.
The campaign for I²CDriver is now live! I²CDriver is an easy-to-use tool for controlling I²C devices. If you've ever had issues driving, debugging, or capturing traffic with I²C hardware, you need I²CDriver. Read the full update.