A dime sized (18mm diameter) Wi-Fi/Bluetooth wireless IMU. Runs MicroPythonDesigned by Femtoduino in United States of America
What is it? The world's smallest open-source Wireless IMU. It has an ICM-20948 MPU (9-axis: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer), and an MS561101BA03-50 precision altimeter/temperature sensor. The…Read More…
The world's smallest open-source Wireless IMU. It has an ICM-20948 MPU (9-axis: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer), and an MS561101BA03-50 precision altimeter/temperature sensor.
The coin uses the ESP32-PICO-D4 chip (4MiB) and has all peripherals attached via SPI (hSPI).
Requires a USB to UART adapter that can provide pass-through 5V to coin VIN pin and at least 500mA to 3V3 pin.
I made these for use in personal projects where I need a very small motion processing unit.
It's incredibly small, light weight, and open source!
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Chris | June 16, 2020
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