Wow, what a week! Started this blog report with the goal of making a 'Dice' roller for my war-gaming. I had some TIL-311 dotmatrix hexadecimal displays from way back when. [old]
Welcome to the new Coridium website, I finally joined the modern world. Got one of them thar smart phones :)
- proof readers Mike and Olzeke
- and Grav CMS
- and a2hosting
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.