by Sutajio Kosagi

An FPGA board that fits inside your USB port

View all updates Feb 04, 2019

Conclusion of the Fomu Campaign

Now that the campaign has wrapped up, we’ll get to work on the final version of the board. Chinese New Year is upon us, which means the factories we’re working with are all closed. That just means that it’s time to work on software, documentation, and user experience testing. We want to make sure Fomu works on any USB port you use it with, especially since the final Fomu design is more difficult to assemble and reprogram than Tomu or the hacker versions of Fomu.

Once again, thank you for helping to make this product a reality, and we can’t wait to bring the final version of Fomu to you.

$67,541 raised

of $10,000 goal

675% Funded! Order Below

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An FPGA for your USB port! Includes one pre-flashed Fomu and a plastic case.


Fomu EVT Board

An EVT board revision is used to validate the schematic is correct, and to help develop the software. This EVT board is what we'll use to develop the USB stack and to make sure we've got the power and other hardware parts wired up right. Designed to mount onto a Raspberry Pi to upload a bitstream and debug the CPU.This is a limited-time production board, and won't be produced after the few remaining sell.


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