Thank you to everyone who supported our campaign. Our crowdfunding campaign did not reach its goal on time. However, we're still committed to our mission of making hardware design accessible to everyone. Read the full update.
Just a quick heads-up: crowfunding for Hexabitz is coming to a close! There are only about 24 hours left to show your support for the project. So please do pledge and/or spread the word. More information to come soon! Read the full update.
Here we are.. Audit time :) We want to share with you our current progress and plans as shown in the timeline below. Read the full update.
We are excited to share this awesome news with you! The Hackaday Prize, a.k.a., the Academy Awards of Open Hardware, has just announced the results of the Robotics Module Challenge, and we're in! Read the full update.
Array exploration is a nice feature that lets you automatically configure your Hexabitz arrays and easily generate their topology. It is particularly useful for large and complex arrays, where manually generating the topology is usually cumbersome and error-prone. All you need to do is to assemble the array and let it auto-configure itself! Read the full update.
Light update for today. T-shirts are here! Read the full update.
Factsheets are Hexabitz's take on documentation! They're a mix between a hardware datasheet and a software cheatsheet. They should get you up to speed on any module and provide quick access to the most needed information, e.g., major component part numbers, module APIs and Commands, etc. Read the full update.
I will talk in this update about one of my favorite features so far in the BOS (Bitz Operating System) or the backend firmware in Hexabitz arrays. Read the full update.
We had a blast this year at Maker Faire Bay Area! Awesome booth neighbors, lots of amazing new tech and cool projects, and best of all: we got to meet many modular hardware enthusiasts! Almost everyone we met loved the idea and had awesome projects in mind for Hexabitz. Read the full update.
Hexabitz team is participating in Maker Faire Bay Area! The show starts today Friday 18 through Sunday 20. After an awesome road trip from Seattle to San Fransisco, the team had fun preparing the booth and we're excited to meet you there! We will have hardware in action and a hands-on demo. Show participants will receive an awesome Hexabitz T-shirt if they support the campaign while we're at the fair. Read the full update.
Every journey starts somewhere and ours started here, today! We invite you fellow engineers, makers, and tinkerers to join us on an awesome journey to redefine electronic prototyping and take modularity to the next level! Read the full update.