Hackaday wrote a nice article on our Kickstarter campaign.
October 28, 2017 by Brian Benchoff
Back in the Before Times, when microcontroller development required ultraviolet light, building anything was a pain. You probably had to burn a ROM onto a chip with a parallel programmer, there was no in-circuit programming, and who knows what would happen if you needed a serial port.
The Parallax BASIC Stamp once the center of DIY electronic control is now 25 years old without an update. So this successful Kickstarter campaign will launch a new stamp version based on a USB ARM CPU, with 700 times the performance and 100 times the memory. Programmable in BASIC or C as well as other languages.
It's a Complicated World
We think the world of embedded system development has become too complicated. It's challenging enough to stay current in your chosen field of expertise, let alone master the typical software development system distributed with Gigabytes of install, or the complexities of n...
Coridium Corporation (Tahoe Vista, CA) offers small footprint, high performance computer chips and boards for the development of wireless, monitoring, measurement, sensors, and related applications.