Hello again NeuroStim Enthusiasts! Now that you already have or are about to receive your own NeuroStimDuino, we have put together a getting started tutorial for you all. This tutorial will take you through the basic steps of setting up the hardware and software for configuring NeuroStimDuino. Read the full update.
Hello NeuroStimDuino backers!! I am delighted to inform you that the production of your boards that you have been so patiently waiting for is now complete. Hurray!! Also there is more good news! NeuroStimDuinos are on their way to Crowd Supply's warehouse for final distribution. Orders will begin shipping soon. Please take this time to check your delivery address, and update it through your Crowd Supply account, if needed. Read the full update.
Here's the latest on our production status. Read the full update.
Here's the latest on our progress over the last few weeks. We're getting closer! Read the full update.
Hey folks! Our campaign ended yesterday, and we exceeded our funding goal by a significant margin. We are deeply grateful to Crowd Supply and to all of our backers for making this campaign a great success. Thank you!! This update also demonstrates how you can control two or more NeuroStimDuinos using a single I²C bus. Read the full update.
This week we continued to develop the NeuroStimDuino library by adding more functions and capabilities. NeuroStimDuino can now measure its own current output from both channels, thanks to its on-board current sense amplifier (TSC2012). Read the full update.
In a Crowd Supply first, this update will explain how to stimulate a zucchini using NeuroStimDuino. Read the full update.
The NeuroStimDuino Library is now available on GitHub! Read the full update.
For my first weekly update, I have prepared a pinout diagram to help clarify how NeuroStimDuino connects to an Arduino MEGA or Due. This update also introduces the I²C library that you will use to configure and control the stimulator. Read the full update.