February 6, 2016

Up and Coming Projects

I have a number of projects on the back burner, I should have started them by now but I am in the process of moving home (an ongoing Saga), so most of my stuff are in box’s.

However, I would like to give you a taste of what eventually is to come.

Some of these are Kickstarter or Indiegogo crowdfunded projects, so I will also be giving out information on how well or not they went.

So in no particular order of when they will be started here is the list:

flotilla by Pimoroni

Flotilla is a range of smart, friendly, and affordable modules which you connect together to create amazing projects which sense and react to the world around them.

Powered by your Raspberry Pi
The first true plug and play hardware project kit
Go from absolute beginner to ninja-Maker

Onion Omega

Omega is an invention platform for the Internet of Things, it comes Wi-Fi-enabled and supports most of the popular languages such as Python & Node.JS.

Components are
Main processor Board - 400MHz, 64MB RAM, Flash 16Mb, Wireless 802.11, 18 GPIO ports
The Dock -  USB, Power supply, RGB LED
Arduino Shield Dock - Use your existing Arduino shields with Omega
Ethernet Expansion - Hard-wired Networking
Relay Expansion - Relay control
OLED Expansion -

Espruino Pico

Javascript on a USB Stick

The Roost Smart Battery

Replacement battery for your smoke alarm sends messages to your phone

Rocketbook Wave

Cloud-Ready Microwavable Notebook

moky - Invisible Touchpad Keyboard

Small Touch keyboard for multiple devices

My Workbench

A rundown of my Hardware working environment, tools, equipment, etc.

My Software Development set-up

My integrated, work-anywhere environment, Hardware & Software.

I will also be keeping up to date with any new and interesting Technology News, also, if you know or are involved with any interesting projects drop me an email.

Well, that’s enough for now, lots of other stuff in the pipeline, but hope this wets your appetite.

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