A few more #CircuitPython2023

We’ve gotten a couple more #CircuitPython2023 posts! Thank you all! It’s not too late to post your own. Please post yours by January 18th (less than a week!) and email [email protected] to let us know.

Would love a good circuitpython example of rotating a continuous servo with feedback (specifically the parallax 360) to a set number of rotations or a certain angle.
JohnHind posted on the CircuitPython forum:

#CircuitPython2023: Better USB and I2C Device Support.

1. For USB Peripherals, more information could be surfaced to CircuitPython about the host. At simplest, are particular protocols (‘keyboard’, ‘mouse’ etc.) connected to a host or not? Also any other information available about the host, what type of computer it is (Mac/Windows/Linux etc.), or just a unique identifier that could be used to set a config profile for that computer. With my CircuitPython keyboard, I have to unplug and replug it every time I boot the computer. I do not have to do this with shop-bought keyboards. I think this is because the USB power comes on before the host is ready to enumerate the keyboard.

2. I would like to be able to make custom I2C devices in CircuitPython. Like SeeSaw, but programmable in Python without special programming hardware or complex tool chains.

#CircuitPython2023 is our annual reflection on the state of CircuitPython. We’d love to hear from you too! See the kick-off post for all of the details. Please post by January 18th.

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