Thanks to your support, PICO DSP has reached its funding goal and can now be put into production. We would just like to offer up a sincere thank you to everyone for supporting this campaign – and for supporting open source design and collaboration! Read the full update.
We hope everyone is keeping well. For this update, we'll first have a look at some of the different options for programming PICO DSP, then we'll talk a bit about what comes next! We're still looking for a few more backers to reach our funding goal and put these boards into production, so if you've been waiting to make up your mind—or if you still have a question about the project that hasn't been answered yet—now's the time. Please don't hesitate to get in touch! Read the full update.
For this week's update, we'll take a closer look at the WM8978 audio codec and how to enable and use the additional inputs and outputs on the PICO DSP. We'll also have a look at how to run your DSP code on either core 0 or core 1 of the ESP32. Read the full update.
After the last week's FAQ, some of you were asking about MIDI input and output and how to attach other peripherals to PICO DSP and control their parameters. Here's our answer! Read the full update.
In this update, we take a closer look at the MEMS microphone array on PICO DSP and how it can be configured to change the microphone pickup pattern. Read the full update.
In this update, we answer some common questions we've gotten from you about the PICO DSP. Read the full update.
This week's update provides an overview of Pico DSP's schematics and PCB design Read the full update.
PICO DSP is now live on Crowd Supply! After many months of development work, we're excited to finally be able to get this project off our lab bench and out into the wild. If you've subscribed to our pre-launch page, many thanks for your interest so far, and don't forget to check out the full campaign page, which has a lot more information and resources. Read the full update.