Aug 08, 2018

Update 36 of 234

The Latest and Greatest from Crowd Supply

"No matter how correct a mathematical theorem may appear to be, one ought never to be satisfied that there was not something imperfect about it until it also gives the impression of being beautiful." — George Boole

New: μArt

The μArt in action.

Say hello to μArt, an isolated USB to UART-TTL adapter that is truly versatile, safe, and dependable. You can use it almost anywhere you need to connect a UART to your computer’s USB port, regardless of voltage levels, electric potentials, and communication speed, and whether it is used for data exchange or for programming Arduinos, ESPs, or other devices. μArt was created so that you can finally replace your collection of UART converters with a single, high-quality tool.

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In-stock: BeagleWire

BeagleWire is a completely open source FPGA development board. The BeagleWire is a BeagleBone-compatible cape based on the Lattice iCE40HX FPGA. It can be easily expanded by adding external modules for capabilities such as high speed data acquisition, software-defined radio, or advanced control applications.

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In-stock: Infinite Noise TRNG

The Infinite Noise TRNG is an affordable, open, and secure true random number generator (TRNG). It’s based on a modular entropy multiplier technique that continuously loops over previous random output, gathering randomness from the noise of the hardware components along the way, to generate the next random output. The openness of the implementation makes it easy to inspect and verify, as all security hardware should be!

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In-stock: Tomu

Tomu is a programmable computer that fits inside a USB port. It is user-programmable, has two buttons and two LEDs, and can be used for everything from a hobbyist device to a U2F security token. Simple, open, flexible, easy - learn more and order your Tomu(s) today!

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Coming Soon: Pixblasters

The Pixblasters MS1 is the ultimate FPGA-based controller for giant video displays built of addressable RGB LED strips. It connects to any computer as an ordinary monitor and drives up to 16,384 LEDs at 60 fps. Multiple MS1 controllers can be easily chained to drive immense video displays built of hundreds of thousands of perfectly synchronized LEDs. To see the Pixblaster in action, watch the demo video in the link below.

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