We are back in NY after a long weekend in California for the Bay Area Maker Faire, where we showed off the PiSoC to hundreds of makers! It was an awesome experience and we got tons of great feedback. People just couldn’t get enough of flappy bird! Some people even figured out how to hack […]
Get it while it’s hot! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/embeditelectronics/pisoc-learn-to-create We’re off to California for the maker faire. See you there!
We will be at the California maker faire this weekend showing off the PiSoC in person! We will have our new color face tracker, a Scratch demo, and whatever else we can cram into our booth. Look for us at the Cypress booth http://makerfaire.com/
We are excited to announce we will be launching this Thursday, May 14th!
I have been hard at work getting the face tracking system ported over to the Raspberry Pi 2 in an organized fashion, and I am definitely just about there. Here is a teaser video showing off the simplest working version. I even put forth the initial efforts towards a full fledged C++ API! I now have […]
I wanted to share the creation of our Scratch game in a little more detail: The fact that scratch lets you customize the art and sounds of the programs you make adds so much to the experience. Can’t wait to let more people try it!
Hey guys, this is Arlen, the newest member of the Embedit team. I’ve come on board both to assist with some software development type stuff, and to explore the capabilities of the PiSoC by building any projects that happen to tickle my fancy. Here’s a quick demo of my first project, scrolling text on the the […]
Scratch is a visual programming language that lets people of all ages unleash their creativity, no programming experience needed! You simply drag and snap blocks to create your program. With the RPiSoC, physical computing is now thrown into the mix. Controlling LED lights, motors, cameras, touch sensors, and more is now as easy to use […]
Haven’t had a chance to post an update here recently, but we’ve still been hard at work with development! So here is my opportunity to show some of those technical developments off. A few weeks ago I made this video to show off the newest feature to our Python and Scratch interfaces- capacitive sensing! Well […]
I’ve been wanting to play with pretty lights on the RPiSoC for a while now, and I finally decided to do just that with this NeoPixel shield from Adafruit. I have a few ideas for some cool strip light applications, and I know that NeoPixels use a familiar driver for their display, the WS2812, so […]