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ESP8266 module and ESP8266 Toy are available for purchase at Rayshobby Store. ESPToy version 1.2 announced! Check out the announcement post here. Resources for Programming ESP8266 using Arduino Content Introduction Features Demos Programming Flashing a New Firmware to ESP8266

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Since SquareWear 2.0 and Mini, there will soon be a new member in the SquareWear family. This is a sneak peak preview of SquareWear Esimal — the tiniest SquareWear ever made 🙂 How does it differ from the other two members? First, it’s tiny and measure only 1.1″ x 0.7″. It’s designed to be small, […]

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Today I am introducing the first version of RFToy — an Arduino-compatible gadget for interfacing with Radio Frequency (RF) modules. First, let me show you a few pictures of RFToy and a video introduction: RFToy is available for purchase at Rayshobby Store. Features ATmega328p @ 3.3V, 8MHz, with CH340G USB-serial converter and Arduino bootloader. Programming […]

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Today I came across a surprisingly simple approach to installing USBasp and USBtiny drivers for all versions of Windows — XP, 7, 8, 8.1, whether 32-bit or 64-bit, all inclusive! As you may know, installing open-source drivers such as USBasp and USBtiny have been a great pain on some of the recent Windows OS, due […]

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There is an upcoming MakerJam at Mount Holyoke College and I’ve been commissioned to create a new version of SquareWear, numbered 2.3. Following the suggestions I’ve received in the past, I made the first prototype of SquareWear 2.3: Below I list the main changes / improvements: Added Hardware USB-serial Chip (CH340G) : this pretty much […]

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