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Hy for all forum members!

 

I want to show you a newly developed ARM device for which we raise funds (for the prototype, and manufacturing) Some words about the AshimaCore : 

 

AshimaCore

 

The AshimaCore is designed to be a very flexible, programmable inertial measurement unit - with a whole bunch of onboard computing capability. You don't need any propriety tools to program it - we recommend gcc, gmake, and dfu-util - just plug it in to your labtop via usb and you're ready to hack! This isn't Arduino, it's a far more powerful embedded development tool.

 

We've packaged the board in a tiny footprint, ideal for a range of projects from robotics to avionics, motion logging, and home-made 3D controllers. We've also made the board easily plug-compatible with wifi and radio communications via XBee, and ready to drive a wide variety of motors, servos, or pretty much anything your project needs.

 

The board is "best in class" being built around the powerful 32 bit, 168 MHz ARM Cortex-M4F embedded processor with floating point and the incredible Invensense MPU-9150 IMU. The board has a range of interface options (I2C, SPI, USART, PWM), is XBee / WiFi and GPS-ready, and includes a micro-SD slot. The board is designed for avionics packages, but would make a great choice for a wide range of hobby, school/university, research, and development projects.

 

More about the project : 

 


 

Please visit the project,and after share it on social networks , or even can make a donation.

 

Thanks

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I'm part of the development team. The developer listed on Kickstarter (Ian McEwan) is the lead designer/developer/boss.

 

This is him doing an extended Q&A for the board (just in case it answers any questions you have!). This is him showing off by powering four ARM boards with a LiPo and the power board developed for the Kickstarter.

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I'm part of the development team. The developer listed on Kickstarter (Ian McEwan) is the lead designer/developer/boss.

 

This is him doing an extended Q&A for the board (just in case it answers any questions you have!). This is him showing off by powering four ARM boards with a LiPo and the power board developed for the Kickstarter.

Thanks. Welcome to the forum and good luck on your project!

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