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TomKeddie

Member Since: May 29, 2012

Country: Canada

  • I added support to the Microsoft UF2 booloader for this board. See https://github.com/Microsoft/uf2-samd21 and https://github.com/Microsoft/uf2-samd21/pull/17.

    This repository contains a bootloader, derived from Atmel’s SAM-BA, which in addition to the USB CDC (serial) protocol, also supports the USB MSC (mass storage).

    You can build it with make BOARD=sparkfun-samd21-dev

  • I added support to the Microsoft UF2 booloader for this board. See https://github.com/Microsoft/uf2-samd21 and https://github.com/Microsoft/uf2-samd21/pull/17.

    This repository contains a bootloader, derived from Atmel's SAM-BA, which in addition to the USB CDC (serial) protocol, also supports the USB MSC (mass storage).

    You can build it with make BOARD=sparkfun-samd21-mini

  • is this process still supported with the move to using the PIC processor on MakeyMakey?

  • Nice teardown. Would also be good to see an article about MakeyMakey switching from the 32u4 to the PIC?

    I see JoyLabz has MakeyMakey in the scholastic catalog this month. I suspect they're too busy shipping to have time to consider fakes. Congrats on their high volume marketing.

  • I really like these. I wonder if you guys can do some kind of print on demand thing and offer the ability to buy a colour printed version with a dev board?

  • "Dammit, a real rocket scientist would have thought to bring a chair."

  • Please stock the plug version ie. http://www.adafruit.com/products/1658

  • How about a transparent box? - you get the bonus of a cool view of all your gear. This will also help in early detection of moisture issues.

  • Would be great to see these in the eagle library

  • To crimp these you need a lot of force. I tend to sacrifice a matching IC socket, remove all the pins, insert the header pins into the shell of the IC socket (to protect them) and put it in a bench vice. You can also cut two slot in a piece of wood and place the rows of pins in the slots to protect them.

No public wish lists :(