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.
SPIDriver items are now stocked and available to ship immediately. Plus, the I²C companion to SPIDriver -- unsurprisingly named the I²CDriver -- launched this week. 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. Read the full update.
9 days ago SPIDriver finished its campaign, exceeding its goal by about 700%. I'm very grateful to every backer for making this happen. A big thanks to you. Read the full update.
It's been great running the SPIDriver campaign, thanks so much for all your support and comments. If you haven't yet backed it, I have to remind you that the campaign ends the day after tomorrow. Thanks again! Read the full update.
Often the finished product gets all the attention, but as makers we know that the journey there can be quite long. Make something. Think about it. Then make something better. This post is about that process. Read the full update.
In this update I'm talking about SPIDriver's firmware. SPIDriver is hardware, of course, but I wrote the firmware first. In fact, most of the effort on the project has been spent on the firmware: iterating on the code itself and writing test harnesses for it. Read the full update.
Well, SPIDriver blasted through its goal, and is continuing to pick up pledges at a healthy rate. First off, thanks to all the backers who made this happen. Read the full update.