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What Justins been up to lateley


#1

I know that Justin is mega busy at the moment but here is a sneek peek of what he has been upto…

http://www.ingenuitymicro.com/justins-blog.aspx


#2

Who wouldn’t like more jam in their sandwich, RAM and speed are always in short supply and the STM32F427 just looks sweet, bring it on.


#3

And a bit more info…

http://www.ingenuitymicro.com/justins-blog/2013/8/21/more-ram-james-and-dont-spare-the-horses.aspx


#4

That is a great looking board!


#5

Love the eyes!


#6

Wow Justin… A NETMF 4.3 main board with built BT 4. Sweet as mate! Chocolate fish for you!


#7

Well done


#8

Justin is a hardware maniac. This just posted on G+…


#9

hehe yes, someone mentioned about having multiple stepper modules the other day and this is the result. Top stuff.


#10

Is that a mainboard or an extension module?

Looks more like a mainboard to me. If so, Is it STM32F405/7 based?


#11

@ mhectorgato - you are right this doe look like a mainboard. At first glance i though it was an SPI extender hub.


#12

Seriously Justin is a machine churning out cool modules and now awesome mainboards and all I can say is WOW!! I’ve bought a bunch of his stuff and it is as cool as it looks.


#13

ah, now i get it… a mainboard with spots for 6 SPI modules.


#14

I doubt it’d be the 405/407, wouldn’t he be more likely to use the same 427 he did on the Blue Genie?


#15

Yip, the video description on YouTube confirms it is a 427… I am definately going to have to hit Justin up for one of those bad boys. It is hard to keep track of all the modules and board I want to order from Justin!


#16

I sent him my wishlist last week. Now the question is should I add this bad boy to the list or not?


#17

Here, here!


#18

Impressive. Is the genie gadgeteer? Without sockets, I don’t see the ability to add modules. I’d love something with bluetooth 4.0 and either ethernet or wifi.


#19

Or you could use Justin’s Bluetooth SMART module on any other Gadgeteer mainboard