Workshop Update May 11, 2012
Work on the POV Toy continues, further calibration and tweaking. We’re getting really close to the end result we want. Documentation on the open source USB stack is very close to completion, look for a full announcement next week.
The John Doe board from the flux off needs a second revision with more room around the rotary encoder placement. Currently the knobs run into the LCD. Firmware is moving along and a first version is almost complete. The bill of materials is complete and ready to go to Seeed for a quote.
We’re making a big push to have more beautiful graphics and documentation. Check out our remodeled YouTube channel, and update-in-progress Facebook page. We’re also rendering the 3D project models to use in graphics and documentation.
Any moment another new project will be available at Seeed Studio (pictured above). All we can say is that it’s already become a go-to tool in the workshop.
On the business side we’re reconciling our monthly account statement with Seeed, and following up on some wholesale orders. Free PCB codes went out today, a batch of PCBs will be mailed this weekend.This entry was posted in Workshop Update and tagged POV Toy, USB, Workshop Update.