Read about our manufacturing and development progress. Things are moving along nicely! Read the full update.
It's been a hell of a journey. In the past week, we've been working extra hard to ensure fulfillment time and schedule as planned. The 200 Eduponics mini PCBA arrived at us yesterday and now we are left to test each one of them using a custom QA script we've developed in order to ensure the proper functionality of each device. Read the full update.
Manufacturing progress on the Eduponics Mini and Extension, plus improved documentation and new software libraries. Read the full update.
Over the past two weeks, we've noticed that a lot of backers have been requesting more than a single Eduponics Mini Extension Board. Which makes sense, given that we described how one Eduponics Mini ESP32 Dev Board can support up to four extension boards. Until recently, however, a setup like that would have required additional soldering to configure the resistors that control the I²C addresses. And that, in turn, could inconvenience our users and perhaps even result in damaged boards—neither of which we want. Our solution? DIP Switches! This update covers that and other extension-board upgrades. Read the full update.
The support and feedback we've received so far have been incredible. Without our loyal backers, none of this would have been possible, so thank you! In this update, we talk a little about the feedback we've been receiving, describe some of the component-availability issues we've managed to overcome, and tease a surprise feature of our Expansion Board. Read the full update.
We are very excited to announce that our crowdfunding campaign has begun! We've been working on the Eduponics Mini platform for almost a year, and we can't wait to share our work (and our excitement!) with the community. We believe that Eduponics is the most-capable, highest-quality, and lowest-cost DIY smart-agriculture and IoT kit available today, and we are genuinely proud of what we've archived with it. Read the full update.