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The SxSw Elevating DIY To The Tech Level Workshop is getting close. We thought it would be a good idea to give away 43oh Launchpad Prototyping kits to the participants to get them started in DIY once they get home. The kit will serve as a good base to help you prototype your next big idea.
Xuan’s learning OneWire communication – where one wire is used for signalling and power. To test his knowledge, he fabricated his own PCB using the toner transfer method, to develop a man in the middle attack between the PC and the Dell power brick.
The Wolverine development kit was first shown to the public at Embedded World in Nuremberg , Germany on 12th February 2012. After a long wait, it has finally arrived! It is not official yet, but TI has begun updating it’s wiki with Wolverine Launchpad details and 43oh member, Juani_C, found a youtube link detailing the kit’s un-boxing.
We are excited to be invited to this year’s SXSW Interactive festival in Austin, TX. A very big thank you to Texas Instruments for setting this up for us. For those who are unaware of SXSW, it is a huge conference around Film, Music and Interaction. The Interactive part of the festival is focused on emerging technology with a reputation of being a breeding ground for new ideas and creative technologies.
Thank you all for participating and sharing your projects in the three month 43oh-Stellarisiti POTM contest. After your votes, the winners have been announced here. The RPN Scientific Calculator project takes the prize, followed by the M-Clock and AIS receiver. We have enough prizes to award all 21 entries who submitted their project!
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