Luna team member Michael Ossmann answers all your questions about Luna's hardware connectivity and compatibility. Read the full update.
Here's a peek at our current progress on the aluminum case for LUNA, and how we got here. Plus, a design contest for a custom etched case. Read the full update.
Every time USB hacking comes up, there's always someone who's convinced the conversation is about to veer into the deepest of dark magics. At GSG, we've always found USB to be much more inaccessible than it is complicated. USB feels like something every engineer, hacker, and maker would be able to have fun with – if only the tools weren't so expensive and limited! Finally, while teaching a class on USB, we decided to do something about it. The inspiration and sketches that followed became LUNA, a USB multi-tool designed to be ultra-cheap and way more capable than anything else out there. After nearly two years of development, we're thrilled to be launching this campaign. With your help, we'll put LUNA into the hands of innovative people everywhere! Read the full update.
The first open source iCE40 FPGA development board designed for teachers and students
Mobile, Open Hardware, RISC-V System-on-Chip (SoC) Development Kit
A low-power, easy-to-program, open-hardware e-paper display with Wi-Fi support and a 9.7" screen