Teensy R4ge Pro Badge

A couple years ago I did a workshop for CodeMash on building a portable gaming system based on the Teensy 4.1. This is an incredibly powerful microcontroller development board created by Paul Stoffregen over at PJRC. It’s powered by an NXP i.MX RT1062 crossover MCU with ARM Cortext-M7 running at 600 MHz. Despite its cutesy […]

ESP32 Conference Badge

TLDR: Just go to to the GitHub repo to grab the code and other related resources. https://github.com/DigiTorus86/ESP32Badge The “Badge My IoT Life” ESP32 Conference Badge used at CodeMash 2020 is a great little project for learning/practicing solder skills and rapidly prototyping microcontroller projects that require any of these common peripherals: Screen/display User input buttons SD […]

Creating Your First Printed Circuit Board

So you’ve had some success with using breadboards and protoboards. Excellent! Now you want to take it up a notch and create a printed circuit board (PCB) to create more copies and share your creation with others. The good news is that with a little time and patience, you can create your own professional-looking PCB […]

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