Hey everyone I made some pretty cool changes to the website. Nothing huge but was still something to write a blog post about.
It was a surprise to see that stormduino was featured in this article by makezine. I truly never expected that this would happen but it did. Expect more open hardware in the next few months folks 🙂
In this video, I explain and give a demo on one of my projects known as stormduino. I also talk about the previous revisions of stormduino before getting to the final refined revision ( Rev 2.2 ). Hope you like this video and if you do please consider supporting me on Kofi, subscribing to my […]
A while back a project known as stormduino was started in collaboration with tecknologg and the cool folks over at cyberstorm.mu . Stormduino is pretty much a KiCad designed Arduino Uno compatible clone that utilizes a USB Type-c port and has much simpler components that still maintains it’s integrity. It was originally open source since […]
In Part 1 of this project, I talked about the PCB and schematic layout and pretty much how it works. Now it’s time to turn this project into reality ! 😀
Berfboard was originally a prototype board that had designed to have connections similar to a breadboard but then I had an idea of combining a power supply into it. The power supply can provide +5V or +3.3V which would be ideal for certain Arduino or Raspberry Pi projects. Having a built-in power supply would make […]
I designed this pretty cool linux badge based on the linux penguin using KiCad and svg2shenzhen. There is no circuitry, just the a solder pad for a brooch pin. Feel free to checkout my github repo to get the design files https://github.com/Chromico/linux-penguin-PCB-badge . It’s open source so feel free to use it for whatever you […]