Thanks to everyone that visited us during our PDX Maker Week open house! We always enjoy meeting our customers and showing projects built by our team.
Here’s more information on the Drawdio for those that got our PCB giveaway:
Laen displayed his new Dazzle project with Neopixel matrix controlled by a Teensy:
Folks also enjoyed clocking bits into our Shift Register demo board:
Tom Moxon of Pattern Agents came by and showed us his impressive array of ThingSoC boards:
Check out all the photos from the open house in our photo album.
Didn’t make it to our open house? We’ll be having another one next week on Open Hardware Summit eve (Thursday, October 6th)!
Portland Mini Maker Faire made for a fantastic weekend at OMSI earlier this month. We’ve shared our favorite photos of the fun.
Thanks to everyone that visited our booth. It’s wonderful to meet our customers in person and hear about their projects!
Sergey Kiselev and his son stopped by our booth to show us projects they’ve created including this Intel Quark environmental sensors board.
People enjoyed seeing our full PCB panels in person and learning more about the manufacturing process. We’ll also have them on display at our open house on Open Hardware Summit eve next week.
Low Voltage Labs had a bunch of fun easy-to-solder kits:
Mark Keppinger created this blinky board kit for people to learn to solder at the faire:
Visit our photo album for more!
Shea Ivey created this receiver for FPV (First Person View) Drone Racing:
Project includes basic Arduino Nano implementation to advanced custom PCB board and introduction to digital switches 4066 chip.
sheaivey has shared the board on OSH Park:
If there’s one thing we like, it’s blinky stuff, and you’re not going to get anything cooler than a display made of tiny SMD LEDs. That’s the idea behind this wristwatch and Hackaday Prize entry. It’s a tiny board, loaded up with an ATmega, a few buttons, and a bunch of LEDs in a big…
via Hackaday Prize Entry: A Charlieplexed Wristwatch — Hackaday
The Arduino has proved to be a great platform for electronics projects. The same goes for the Raspberry Pi. However, there are some projects that fall in the gap between these two options. Projects that need more memory or processing power than the ATmega microcontrollers have to offer, but not so much as to require […]
via Hacklet 126 – Teensy Projects — Hackaday
Please join us on Open Hardware Summit eve for a delightful mix of #BringAHack and open house!
When: Thursday, October 6th. 6 PM to Midnight.
Refreshments will be served. No problem if you won’t be able to bring a “hack”. There will still be plenty of interesting things to experience!
The design files and source code are available on GitHub:
CatherineH shared the board on OSH Park:
Teensy Mitutoyo Interface