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Bus Pirate week, day 3 – cases and enclosures

Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 in Bus Pirate, cases, Videos by Ian

This week is dedicated to Bus Pirate development. Today we looked at Bus Pirate cases, past and future. Here’s some links mentioned in the video:

Tomorrow we’ll do our Bus Pirate demo from Home Camp4, using v4 hardware’s on-board I2C EEPROM. Don’t miss:

Grab the latest v6 firmware release candidate here.

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7 Responses to “Bus Pirate week, day 3 – cases and enclosures”

  1. Torwag says:

    Interesting camera perspective.
    I’m interested in how other people do there video presentations.
    Lets discuss

  2. Torwag says:

    Ahhh I see, you tried to hide your top-secret “evil-genius world domination projects”

  3. Curious to know where you’re getting the beige cases and who is cutting the slots for connectors…

    Thanks,
    Chris.

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