Want to build a versatile and hackable ESP32-based controller system with lots of useful peripherals and a full assortment of apps to get you started? Then the ESP32 R4ge Pro is for you!Read More "Building the ESP32 R4ge Pro"
Meet the next generation prototype of the ESP32 Conference Badge, featuring high-fidelity sound and an expanded array of useful peripherals.Read More "ESP32 Pro Conference Badge"
A waveform generator is a handy little tool for stimulating and testing electronic components and assemblies. Any work with filters, amplifiers, or other frequency-sensitive designs can benefit from the insights gained through a controlled signal input. Here’s how to make one for about $30.Read More "AD9833 Waveform Generator"
The Atmel ATtiny85 is capable little 8-bit microcontroller that plays very well with the Arduino ecosystem. It also comes in a compact and maker-friendly 8-pin Dual Inline Package (DIP), operates on 5V, and costs less than two dollars – making it a great option for controlling some WS2812b RGB LEDs (aka “neopixels”.)Read More "ATtiny85 Neopixel Controller"
The DS3231 Real Time Clock breakout keeps extremely accurate time, has a battery backup, and only costs a few dollars. Combine it with just about any microcontroller, a display, plus a simple stand, and you have a custom precision clock that can sit on your desk and satisfy your timing needs in a visually-unique way.Read More "Naked UTC Time Clock"