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Hey there! Check out the new demonstration of how to get started using BoardX with the Arduino SDK in under 3 minutes! BoardX is a collection of electronic circuit boards that stack on top of one another to share resources, communicate, and extend the functionality of one another.
Reusing the Armadeus design. Our products are quite fullfilling your requirements but a feature is missing or the form factor is not the right one ? We can quickly adapt our boards based on your specification.
Difficult to choose between manufacturers of embedded system boards supporting Linux and other Free Software operating systems? There are so many of them now… To help you find the best hardware solution for your system, we are keeping a list of suppliers making attractive products.
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-22616" title="ixmachina" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2009/08/ixmachina.jpg" alt="ixmachina" width="640" height="427" /> An ambitious group of hardware hackers have taken the fundamental building blocks of computing and turned them inside out in an attempt to make PCs significantly more efficient. The group has created a motherboard prototype that uses separate modules, each of which has its own processor, memory and storage. Each square cell in this design serves as a mini-motherboard and network node; the cells can allocate power and decide to accept or reject incoming transmissions and programs independently.
NEWS: Come to the Inside 3D Printing event in New York City ! The event runs from April 22-23 2013. We have arranged for reprappers (that's you!) to get a special 15% discount on admission - quote the code RRP15.
Available for Grant Application and Purchase! The Open Graphics Device v1 is an open hardware prototyping platform based on a fully programmable FPGA semiconductor. The OGD1 features dual DVI-I outputs and 100-pin IDC connector for exceptional video and I/O flexibility. The Open Graphics Project designed and maintains the OGD1, and all of its schematics are available under an open source license. Linux Fund has build twenty-five OGD1's, ten of which will be given to developers who are committed to advancing the platform and twelve of which will be sold to cover the manufacturing costs.