The new USB Mass Storage feature in Adafruit’s TinyUSB code is awesome – it adds a feature that’s been keeping us from using Arduino for years. This video explains why and how it would have helped @FRCteam135 help Ella!
See the video below for Bill Binko explaining the situation and how the Open Source TinyUSB stack with drag & drop file support helps Makers develop solutions, to include applications like assistive technology, quickly and easily.
Let your favorite board makers know that using the free, fully open source TinyUSB stack provides features you’d like to see in their products.
Let us know your thoughts on TinyUSB, assistive technology, and more in the comments below.
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