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The Hexiwear Docking Station, NFC click and, of course Hexiwear itself join forces. Take a look at the demonstration video to get a better grasp on the whole concept. Once you turn on Hexiwear [...]
AC or Alternating Current periodically changes direction, and it’s not easy to measure it. But we have a new click precisely for that — AC Current click.
AC Current click
AC Current click can m [...]
16x9 G click is our new click in the display section. It has 144 green LEDs (as the G in the name implies).
The fun thing about it is that each LED can be individually controlled, and not [...]
Use mikroBUS™ click boards and the Grove ecosystem to create amazing projects.
The mikroBUS™ standard is being added to development boards and systems more and more every day. Microchip added a m [...]
Our display click section has just received a new member - LCD mini click. It features the MCP23S17 port expander and the MCP4161 digital potentiometer, both from Microchip. The click is des [...]
Our versatile development system seems to be inspiring some awesome projects. The newest one is oriented towards health – a Hexiwear Healthcare Tracking System.
Build your own health tracking s [...]
The new release of ARM compilers is four weeks away (release date is February 27). We are proceeding according to schedule. For those who are closely following, we just published a detailed p [...]
The colorful OLED C click has gotten a nice makeover — a new OLED display, the same one you have been seeing on Hexiwear.
The click is driven by an SSD1351 display controller that has 256-step c [...]
Adding support for for two new FTDI chips.
Learn more about Hexiwear from some of the questions and answers from Kickstarter.
Woohoo! Hexiwear got halfway funded practically in a day. We'll have to start thinking about adding stretch goals very soon. Before that, a small treat.
World premiere at Embedded World in Nuremberg.
Going back to our core values – empowering engineers.
Teo from the microcontroller-projects.com blog is becoming the premier authority on our Buggy platform. After developing an obstacle avoiding robot, a line follower, this time he's back with a [...]
Holman Tamás from Hungary wrote to us recently to share how he implemented LoRa rf click together with Nano GPS click (full disclosure: Holman is the CEO of ChipCAD, our distributor).
The era of gesture is upon us. No longer do we need to waste our time with keyboards and mice, we can move our bodies in pre-programmed sequences and the computer will somehow understand us. [...]