Hello, ThingSoC has finished production and will be shipping out packages to backers soon. If you have moved or would like to change your shipping address for any reason, you can update it online through your account on Crowd Supply. If your account needs updating, please do so within 48 hours. Read the full update.
We're down to the final days of the campaign, and today we're going to outline the contents of the Grovey Freedom Kit, which includes fully assembled versions of all the rewards, and a extra special assortment of sensors and actuators Read the full update.
Todays presentation for the Portland thingPDX meeting, on thingSoC! Read the full update.
Today we're going to show you the thingSoC ESP32 WiFi and Bluetooth processor, using the Blynk IoT GUI Generator, with some actual IoT application examples. Read the full update.
Today we're going to show you the thingSoC Teensy 3.2 Adapter, using the Sensor Starter Kit Peripherals, in some actual application examples. Read the full update.
Today we're going to show you the Grovey Sensor Starter Kit, and describe each of the boards in the kit, and how they can be used together or individually. In the next update we'll show some application examples, using several of the Grovey processor and I/O boards. Read the full update.
Today we're going to show you a short video that gives a brief overview of the capabilities of the thingSoC NeoLED Hub board, which can drive eight (8) strings of programmable color LEDs per board. Each board can drive 8 x 8 x 8 = 512 color LED's. You can stack up to eight (8) NeoLED boards to drive a total of 4096 LED's per stack! Read the full update.