Computerphile has a great new video on the MicroPython-powered TiLDA MK3 name badge from the Electromagnetic Field 2016 festival. Check out the video or this wiki page for more details on the badge’s hardware which includes a CC3100 WiFi processor, color LCD, and other peripherals. MicroPython powers the software on the badge and enables an impressive app ‘store’ for people to download and share small programs and games they developed at the camp. Very cool!
If you’re interested in learning more about MicroPython, check out the MicroPython Basics: What is MicroPython? guide in the learning system!