I am glad to announce that all boards ordered by the "644/1284 Narrow" project backers have been shipped to Crowd Supply and are being prepared for delivery to backers. I hope you will like this product. Also, I plan to launch another project on Crowd Supply next spring. There are a couple of possibilities that I'm working on and I'm interested in your feedback. Read the full update.
I would like to advise you that the assembly company sent me one sample of each of "644 Narrow" and "1284 Narrow" and I also received the OLEDS and cables. Read the full update.
Thank you very much for backing the "644/1284 Narrow" project. Since I really wanted to ensure that everyone who ordered a board gets one, the funding goal has been adjusted. As a reward for your support, I will be sending every backer one extra 0.49" OLED! Read the full update.
The 644/1284 User's Manual has just been published, and is now available for anyone to use. The manual includes information on the board specifications, installing drivers, IDE configuration, programming examples, and more. Also, why I prefer 8 bit MCUs like the Microchip ATmega, over 32 bit options. Read the full update.
I hope everyone is safe in this very strange situation we are dealing with. I have been working lately on the "644/1284 Narrow" project, and also a project for a teacher who would like to show his students how to compute the speed of a bike by analyzing the sound of a probe rubbing on the side of the tire. Read the full update.
I would like to thank all the backers who jump-started this campaign! This update is all about the options for graphic and text rendering when using a 644 Narrow or 1284 Narrow board. Read the full update.