The KickStarter campaign for the RPiSoC is about to end. If you're interested in the board go take a look at some of the videos and pledge a few bucks to get one.
RPiSoC is made by Embedit Electronics. It's a nifty, Cypress PSoC 5LP-based board that gives you easy access to lots of I/Os and is compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi. Hop over to the their KickStarter page to see some videos on cool things the inventors, Robert Barron and Brian Bradley, have already done with it. As far as I can tell, they give away all the source code for their projects so you can modify what they have done to your heart's content.
This weekend they were at the Maker Faire in New York, where they received a Maker Faire editors choice award! This is a really nice platform for PSoC development that is so much more than the hardware. Embedit have added support for Python and Scratch, and the board is pre-programmed with some seriously powerful analog functions than you will never find on other board like this.
Did I mention that you can sponsor them on KickStarter?
[Re-posted from Cypress Developer Community]
The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one
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The next time I read a blog, I hope that it doesnt disappoint me as much as this one. I mean, I know it was my choice to read but I actually thought you have something interesting to say. All I hear is a bunch of whining about something that you could fix if you weren't too busy looking for attention.
Quite a versatile board. I also like its compatibility with Arduino shields and RaspberryPi header.
It means the he user can benefit from a myriad of extensions already available...
No wonder they made Maker Faire editor's choice