Open Hardware Summit 2018 badge with 2.13" e-paper display and ESP32 WiFi microcontroller running MicroPython firmwareDesigned by Drew Fustini (OSH Park), Ships from United States of America
What is it? Electronic conference badge for 2018 Open Hardware Summit attendees. This badge features a 2.13" e-paper display and ESP32 WiFi microcontroller running MicroPython firmware. The badge...Read More…
Electronic conference badge for 2018 Open Hardware Summit attendees. This badge features a 2.13" e-paper display and ESP32 WiFi microcontroller running MicroPython firmware. The badge also features an KX122-1037 Accelerometer.
Check out this series of OHS18 badge blog posts. Visit the official documentation site for more information. Join the Hackaday.io project to participate in the continued MicroPython firmware development.
The extra badges from the Summit are being sold here on Tindie as a fundraiser for the Ada Lovelace Fellowship which provides travel assistance to the Open Hardware Summit. All sales revenue will be 100% donated to the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) for this purpose.
To have an interesting Open Source Hardware project for OHS18 attendees to experiment with during and after the Summit.
Only 300 badges were produced by OSH Park and Screaming Circuits for the Summit. Get one for yourself before they run out and help support the Ada Lovelace Fellowship
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