If you’re interested in reading a little of the background on PiMagic, take a look at these introductory slides from my recent flash talk at Wuthering Bytes. I’ll likely be manufacturing a small number of prototype kits. If anyone is interested, let me know. Once I have an idea of the volume I’ll be able to get an idea of price.
I’ve spent the last few days reworking the PCB layout of PiMagic with a few additional objectives:
– Add a Raspberry Pi mounting hole
– Remove unused areas of the Arduino shield (make PCB footprint as small as poss)
– Increase part density to leave a small prototyping area
All done now and uploaded to ragworm.eu for manufacture 🙂