Arduino Compatible Microduino JoyPad with TFT Display Lets You Play Games, Control Devices, and More (Crowdfunding)

Last year, Microduino successfully launched their tiny Arduino board and shields via Kickstarter, and they are now back on Kickstarter with Microduino Joypad, an other Arduino compatible board that also happens to be a gamepad with a small OLED display. It can be used in standalone to control games on the tiny display, as a gamepad for PC or game console, a control interface for quadcopters and robots etc… Microduino Joypad (main board) specifications: MCU – Atmel ATMega328p/1284p/644p or 32U4 via Microduino Core, Core+, CoreUSB boards. (Not part of board but included in all perks) Display I/F – TFT and OLED headers. Separate TFT display board included in all perks. Controls – Left and right joysticks, 4 buttons, and left and right switches. Audio – Microphone Sensors – Light sensor, temperature sensor USB – 2x micro USB ports: one for power and one for charging Expansions – 2x UPin27 headers for […]

Microduino Is a Tiny Arduino Compatible Board with Stackable Shields

Microduino is a small board based on Atmel AVR or ATMega MCU which is software compatible with Arduino boards. The core board features the Atmel MCU, and Microduino shields can be stacked on the core board to add functionalities. There are actually 2 core boards: Microduino core and Microduino core+ with more performance. They share the following specifications: MCU: Core – Atmel ATmega328P or ATmega168PA, equivalent to Arduino UNO Core+ – Atmel ATmega644PA or ATmega1284P, with performance matching that of the Arduino Mega2560. System Memory – 1K to 16K SRAM on-chip Storage – 16K to 128K flash + 512 bytes to 4KB EEPROM on-chip Operating Voltage: 5V/3.3V Input Voltage (limits): 6-20V Digital I/O Pins: 14, including 6 capable of PMW output, plus serial, SPI, TWI, Analog Input Pins: 8 (2 more compared to Arduino Uno) DC Current per I/O Pin: 40 mA DC Current: 50 mA Dimensions – 25.40mm X […]

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