Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module
Arduino

Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module

A campaign was launched on Crowdsupply for Newt, which is a battery-powered, always-on, wall-mountable display that can go online to retrieve weather, calendars, sports scores, to-do lists, quotes. Newt is powered by an ESP32-S2 microcontroller which enables you to program with...

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TopJoy Butterfly, a Pocket-Sized True Color DES Screen E-Reader
LCD/OLEDTop Stories

TopJoy Butterfly, a Pocket-Sized True Color DES Screen E-Reader

A campaign has been launched on Kickstarter for TopJoy Butterfly, which is a full-featured, ultra-portable color e-book reader with 6 and 7.8-inch screen size options. TopJoy Butterfly is a versatile reading pad that supports different file formats, and popular reading apps, making your...

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Open Source Manual Pick And Place Machine For PCB Makers
ToolsTop Stories

Open Source Manual Pick And Place Machine For PCB Makers

Details about Pixel Pump, which is an open-source vacuum pump for manual SMT assembly have been posted on Crowd supply. It features a comfortable pen, a foot pedal, RGB LED buttons, and host a variety of features that make hand assembly a lot more fun. It is perfect for manual SMT...

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Open Source Unsurv Offline Features ESP32, GNSS
GPS

Open Source Unsurv Offline Features ESP32, GNSS

A campaign has been launched on Crowd supply for Unsurv, which is an offline privacy-friendly, small, lightweight PCB (43 mm x 32 mm) loaded with an ESP32, GNSS reciever and NFC capabilities. It functions by using a combination of OpenStreetMap data on the SD card, and a custom Android...

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Radxa Unveils Rock 3 Model B SBC Based On Pico-ITX
SBC-SiP-SoC-CoM

Radxa Unveils Rock 3 Model B SBC Based On Pico-ITX

Radxa has announced a Rock 3 Model B SBC, which features the same RK3568 as the Rock 3A, and additionally features WiFi/BT, a second GbE port, native SATA, and M.2 B-key and SIM slots for 4G/5G instead of E-key. The Model B enables native SATA and dual GbE ports, offering enhanced...

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Open Source DC-SCM Compatible BMC Hardware Platform
FPGA

Open Source DC-SCM Compatible BMC Hardware Platform

The popularity of Open source software has brought about impressive successes in the SaaS space, where useful products can be rapidly created from open source components. We see cloud providers and users looking at building their servers using open source hardware as well. This is where...

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Rodriguez – The World’s Slowest IV Tracer
Test/Measurements

Rodriguez – The World’s Slowest IV Tracer

Joseph Eoff has posted on Hackaday details about Rodriguez, which is an IV tracer. About the origin of the project, he says: “Rodriguez started as a nameless project I used to make a point in an online discussion about the shape of the current/voltage plot of the base/emitter...

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mxiot, your low-cost hardware prototyping platform
IoT

mxiot, your low-cost hardware prototyping platform

Jaydcarlson has posted on GitHub details about mxiot, which is a low-cost hardware prototyping platform, which enables you to explore switching small IoT projects from bare-metal to a secure-boot-capable WiFi/BT-connected Embedded Linux system capable of running rudimentary C/C++, and...

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