ASIC implementation of the PicoRV32 PicoSoC in X-Fab XH018. It contains two ADCs, a DAC, comparator, bandgap, RC oscillator and other IP.
Wearable wrist band which tracks and monitors the human body by getting specified data. The data is analysed to find the state of a person.
This motor driver is able to control a motor using PID by I2C. Taking precise control of a motor have never been so easy.
Need TTL serial to multi-channel hobby-servo out? The S3 chip is for you. Turn a $3 PIC16F88 into an 8-channel PWM servo/ESC controller.
Save energy and heat your pool with the power of the sun. A coil of dark tubing and a pump are all you need, but why stop there?
Monitor diffuse and global solar radiation. This system moves a fiber-optic cable 0-90 degrees & takes measurements in 9-degree increments.
This is an utterly useless project since this magical object is quite useless. Everybody forgets stuff, naturally.
Counting your steps with the Calliope Mini. Hearing the Star Wars theme is always a huge motivator.
A heart rate counter using the Cypress Analog Coprocessor Pioneer kit.
Does the BBC micro:bit share my affinity for German poetry? Is it able to randomly change a line of verse? I believe so.
Cypress PSoC 4 has all the right characteristics to be an Arduino killer: highly configurable, shield compatibility, low price, speed ...