IoT Labs Next Product

Just a little sneak peek of our next product…

1.5" OLED display
Directional Pad with Jog Wheel and Select button
Uses a Gadgeteer Socket ‘S’


@ munderhill - Nice! Could use that to build my own Zune. :wink:

@ devhammer - That would be cool! Then you’ll probably need our follow on product, a mainboard that the UI module plugs into with WiFi and maybe BT and a rechargeable battery.


New mainboard! Sounds interesting. ;D

@ Architect - Jeez, I let the cat out of the bag… :wink:

You’ve been taking lessons from @ Gus, I see. :smiley:

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@ munderhill - What else is in the bag? :wink:

I can’t wait to hear more about this!

@ munderhill - looks very interesting. Where can we go to find out more about IOTlabs?

@ hagster - Not much to tell, just doing some fun stuff and sharing with the community. I will eventually get around to creating a website, but I am not there yet.

Sounds similar to Justin. :wink:

OK, in fairness, Justin DOES have a website now. Just not a storefront for his modules.

I’m thinking someone needs to develop a turnkey website solution for mainboard/module devs. :slight_smile:

@ devhammer - There is always Tindie:

Tindie is interesting from a storefront standpoint, but doesn’t answer the website aspect.

Imagine a turnkey solution for blog/website, plus storefront. Probably not terribly practical, at least not as a paid service, but it’d be cool to have, to allow module devs to focus on developing and supporting their hardware and drivers, instead of being webmasters.

It would be great to see more people able to earn a descent crust from netMF.

For the Mountaineer Web sites, we are using Jimdo ( Jimdo provides website, blog, and in the JimdoBusiness version also storefront. There are some rough edges, but all in all it is fun to use and they provide a reasonable set of basic features across all functions.

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This is actually what I always had in mind for

but considering how pretty much every major player has decreased their interest in Gadgeteer vs the other way around, I decided not to waste my time. If Microsoft’s new focus revives the interest then I’ll likely start it up again. I believe for Gadgeteer to ever really take off it really needs a vendor independent hub.

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