The QUARK project is being canceled and all backers will receive a full refund, despite the project having raised $13,077, well above its $11,250 funding goal. Read the full update.
After consulting with Crowd Supply, we have decided to reduce our funding goal. Combined with recent backing, that reduction means our campaign has funded, which means our backers will receive their QUARKs according to the original schedule! It is very important to us that QUARK be given the opportunity to reach users who are in a position to appreciate the effort we've put into designing and building it. Our primary ideological motivation, when creating QUARK, was to simplify hardware development and to make it as easy, comfortable, and convenient as possible for makers to build their own devices—a core principle that applies to our firmware as well. Low barriers to entry and good documentation will allow even novice users to modify the device according to their needs and to gain valuable programming experience. Read the full update.
Here's a detailed look at QUARK's operation scheme Read the full update.
We've received a lot of feedback from users suggesting changes to the characteristics of the device. So we are pleased to announce we have managed to improve a number of QUARK's parameters. Read the full update.
QUARK is a simple, easy-to-use, multi-function tool for developing hardware on Arduino, ESP32, STM32, and other such platforms. It can measure parameters like voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, and inductance. It has a built-in oscilloscope, as well as a UART logger, a UART plotter, and a frequency generator. And it can connect to custom iOS or Android apps over Bluetooth. Come check it out! Read the full update.