"You could sit at home, and do like absolutely nothing, and your name goes through like 17 computers a day." — Cereal Killer
Precursor is a mobile RISC-V SoC dev kit that takes openness and hardware security to entirely new levels. Join bunnie and xobs on a journey to discover what it really means to trust the hardware you use.
Tigard is an open source, FT2232H-based, multi-protocol, multi-voltage tool for exploring low-speed interfaces on reverse-engineered hardware targets. Enjoy a labeled wiring harness, onboard level-shifting, a logic analyzer connection, and more.
SiFive’s HiFive Unmatched is a high-performance RISC-V Linux development platform, in a desktop-ready Mini ITX mainboard. Featuring the SiFive Freedom U740 SoC (with one S7 and four U74 CPUs), HiFive Unmatched pushes RISC-V to new realms.
Pixelblaze V3 is an ESP32-based board for easily controlling and developing patterns for all kinds of LEDs. Its web-based live editor makes creating and sharing new patterns a snap, whether you’ve never touched code before or dream in assembly.
PolarBerry is a secure system-on-module (SoM) based on the new PolarFire SoC (FPGA + RISC-V) that is Linux-capable and ready for quick commercial deployment even in low-power applications.
Creepy-cute LED decoration or a PCB riddle? We’ll never tell. Gotta talk to The Skull.
ScoutMakes Bluetooth Fun is a set of two open source STEM electronics kits that lets you explore Bluetooth using CircuitPython. From one kit, you’ll build an FM radio. From the other, a wheeled robot. Both kits use an nRF52840 mainboard.
LTA Headphones offer a high-quality audio experience with an open hardware twist. Their modular framework allows for extreme levels of customizability - from material to driver spacing. They’ll be available fully-assembled and as DIY kits.
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