First, there was Tomu. Then, came Fomu. Now, there is Qomu, which sits between the two on the CPU-FPGA spectrum. Read the full update.
Hi backers. It's been a while, but we've got some very good news: Production on Tomu has finished, and we're getting ready to ship! If your address has changed since you backed Tomu, make sure to log into your Crowd Supply account and change it, because we'll start shipping Tomu boards very soon. Read the full update.
An update on the design and manufacturing progress. Read the full update.
Thank you for helping us put a computer in every USB port! Here's a recap of some of the amazing stuff the Tomu community has already done, plus a progress report on production. Read the full update.
Since we've already met both stretch goals, every Tomu we ship as a reward will include a plastic case, as well as an easy-to-use DFU bootloader. Read the full update.
What a week it's been. Between LinuxConf Australia (LCA2018) in Sydney, our work on the Tomu bootloader, and the support from our wonderful backers, it's been a busy time. Read the full update.
Tomu is once again returning to Linux.Conf.AU 2018. If you're attending, stop by to say hi! Read the full update.
Tomu has crossed an important milestone: More than 1000 boards have been ordered by you, our supporters. In fact, not only did we reach the 1000 unit milestone, we went even further and passed the 2000 mark! Read the full update.
Thank you to those have backed us. We're already funded! Read the full update.
The first Tomu design was created over the course of a few weekends by Tim Ansell. It has since taken on a life of its own, and has undergone several updates and modifications. Read the full update.
A small, portable, USB-connected electronics lab-on-a-board that includes an oscilloscope, waveform generator, power supply, logic analyzer, and multimeter.
An FPGA board that fits inside your USB port
An MCU + eFPGA dev kit with 100% vendor-supported open source tools that fits inside your USB port