ADAFRUIT WEEKLY EDITORIAL ROUND-UP
We’ve got so much happening here at Adafruit that it’s not always easy to keep up! Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Each week we’ll be posting a handy round-up of what we’ve been up to, ranging from learn guides to blog articles, videos, and more.
Via our friends over on CNXSoft, we hear about Kid Bright which is a Thai educational program revolving around the KidBright32 board manufactured by Gravitech. The National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) part of Thailand’s Ministry of Science and Technology designed KidBright32 board and courses to teach STEM to Thai students.
The board is based on Espressif Systems ESP32-WROOM-32 WiFI and Bluetooth module, and comes with large holes for power (5V/GND) and 6 digital inputs/outputs, smaller through holes for I2C and more I/Os, as well as an I2C header.
Keeping with tradition, we covered quite a bit this past week. Here’s a short list of highlights:
- Dano gave us a peek at Vance’s rework skills for #ManufacturingMonday
- Mikey Sklar fulfilled our biohacking needs with Optimizing the Warm Up
- TrackTalk002 gave us a look into Shay Spence’s “Bracelet Of Teeth”
This guide will explore using Crickit with Adafruit IO together. Crickit provides various ways to take measurements and control other hardware. It’s a natural fit with Adafruit IO which lets you store data and manage events.
- Hello World of Robotics with Crickit
- Adafruit eInk Display Breakouts
- CircuitPython 101: Basic Builtin Data Structures
- Make It Glow With Crickit
- Updated Pixie – the 3W Chainable LED Pixel
- Updated Adafruit I2S Stereo Decoder – UDA1334A
Browse all that’s new in the Adafruit Learning System here!