This final tutorial of the campaign covers how to conveniently run all your games from an SD card. Read the full update.
As uSVC kits continue shipping out to customers worldwide, feedback has begun to find its way home. We invite you to have a look at ReLiC's excellent video, for example. In it, he demonstrates the process of assembling a uSVC and installing it inside a sparkling, 3D-printed enclosure! Read the full update.
All USVC Kit campaign orders, and most post-campaign pre-orders have shipped. If you have not already, you will receive a tracking number by email. The next batch of USVC kit products is now in transit and will be in stock by the end of April. Read the full update.
The uSVC page on Crowd Supply now includes a fourth product! In addition to our 3D-printed enclosure, our cable set, and uSVC itself, we are now selling the brains of the operation: the uChip microcontroller board. This update has all the details about this new kit. Read the full update.
It's time for the final installment of our Sound tutorial, which explains how to import MIDI sounds and songs into your code, play them with uSVC, and manage your audio output. Read the full update.
Great news for everyone who ordered a uSVC: today we shipped! The kits are on their way to you and after a brief stop at Mouser they will be delivered to your homes. Please take this time to check your delivery address, and update it through your Crowd Supply account if needed. Read the full update.
We've published our second tutorial on playing sounds with uSVC. In this tutorial, we explore the techniques you will use to reproduce a PCM audio sample, be it the sound of a voice, the squeal of a tire, the boom of an explosion, or something else. You will learn how to prepare and compress an audio sample in order to save space, how to import that sample, and how to play it with uSVC. Read the full update.
Our last key component has finally arrived. Have a look... Read the full update.
Check out this update to learn about new cases and a new tutorial for uSVC. Read the full update.
Here's an update on our ongoing progress and a look at our newly arrived cable sets. Read the full update.
We received a huge box of parts today, which means we now have all of the through-hole components for all crowdfunded uSVC boards. PCBs are only a few weeks out, so...as of now, we remain on schedule! Read the full update.
This post provides lots of links to newly released software (including three games!) and design files. Read the full update.
Our campaign has ended, and it was a success! Now it's time to begin production. We're grateful to each of you for your support, and we promise to do our best to keep up the pace. So stay tuned! Read the full update.
Thanks again to everybody who helped us reach our goal. Today is the last day of our crowdfunding campaign, and, to celebrate—you guessed it—we've published another tutorial! This week, we'll walk you through the process of reading input from USB keyboards and controllers. Read the full update.
We reached out funding goal! Thank you so much for your support! This update also covers our new tutorial on how to code a smooth-scrolling screen. Read the full update.
This update introduces our latest tutorial where we teach you how to draw "sprites" using uSVC. Read the full update.
We've been working hard on our case design. Read the full update to see everything we've done. Read the full update.
Just a quick post to announce our upcoming Ask Me Anything (AMA) session—on Wednesday, the 18th of November—and to let you know that free US shipping for uSVC will end on Friday the 20th. Read the full update.
This post is the first in a series of tutorials on using the uSVC. Read the full update to get up to speed. Read the full update.
In this update, we take a look at the core technology at the heart of uSVC. Read the full update for all the details. Read the full update.
We are proud to announce the release of the uSVC kernel source code! Read the full update for details and repo information. Read the full update.