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Zerynth is having a competition for the best real life IoT project. Whoever wins gets our Hexiwear as a prize, and Zerynth compatible MikroElektronika click boards.
The competition has started [...]
How about a free do-anything device with your order, sir? Our German distributor Bürklin is giving away Hexiwears this winter holiday season. Customers from Germany, Austria or Switzerland who p [...]
We have a new click out, for measuring temperature — THERMO K click.
Temperature measurement through time
The first known attempt at measuring temperature was made by Galen, around 170 A.D. B [...]
Late holiday gift for 3D designers and enthusiasts.
The Hexiwear 3D design files are now available on the download page on hexiwear.com. The package contains the complete project STL files r [...]
Eight development boards have been chosen for the Maker Madness – Best IoT boards of 2016 competition, and Hexiwear is one of them. In less than a months’ time, on January 14, we’ll find out whic [...]
It's almost Christmas and version 7.0.0 of the PIC compiler for mikroC, mikroBasic and mikroPascal are here as planned. Just in time to wrap it up and put it under your Christmas [...]
Welcome to the MikroElektronika Compiler Quick Start Guide.
The goal of this page is to help you make your first project in the compiler and understand how the IDE [...]
Remember iBreathe Breathalyzer? It was the winner of the hackster.io project with Hexiwear. Well, Dave, the man who made the awesome alcohol detection device, has decided to share his thoughts [...]
A nibble more precise then the first DAC click.
SolidRun just announced HummingBoard-Gate, a mini computer powered by Freescale's i.MX6 SoC and enhanced with a mikroBUS™ socket. It's the first out-of-the-box click [...]
The submission window for the Upverter click competition is closed. We received a total of 18 projects. Our hardware engineers will now sit down with a fresh cup of coffee, roll up their [...]
Six degrees, but with industry leading precision.
Gesture board turns thin air into an input device, letting you control your electronics like an orchestra conductor, with wrist flicks and finger lifts.
When in Rome, do as the Makers do.
The microcontroller-projects blog is becoming the go-to resource for everything Buggy-related. In their latest update, you'll learn how to program the Buggy in MPIDE, using Arduino code. (if [...]
You still have time to design a click board that will win our Upverter competition, earning you $6k-worth of prizes. Here's our estimate.