Checking out the new maker kit from Swift IO which allows hobbyists and makers to use a powerful processor and run Swift programming language in their projects.
This is a new way to learn programming Swift language on some easy hardware. Check out the swift kit here: https://www.madmachine.io/swiftio
Gear I use in these videos➢ http://mkme.org/Gear
i.MX RT1052 Crossover Processor with Arm® Cortex®-M7 core @600MHz
Micro SD card slot, supporting standard and high capacity SD cards
Micro USB connector for power
On-board USB to UART for serial communication
46 GPIO on left and right edges
On-board GRB LED
I’ve been maintaining my master frequency guide for all the common RF frequencies. Might be handy for you if you play with Amateur radio, software defined radio or any other radio
I reference this often when I’m using my Software Defined Radio to get a quick idea what I am seeing.
Reviewing the cheapest lab power supply on Amazon and I was totally surprised!
Description: UNIROI DC Bench Power Supply, 0-30V/0-5A Available Power Supply with 3-Digit LED Display, Adjustable Power Supply Alligator Clip Leads (Banana Plug and Spade Lugs), Input Power Cord
This new project video shows anyone how to easily measure and display voltage on an Arduino Nano and OLED display
This project shows anyone hiw to use the cheap Wemos D1 mini wifi board to drive and LED matrix display with YouTube subscriber stats.
Friday Eric posted a new film on new studio gear, making parts and flying drones. He also gave away a new parts tester for electronics.