In this episode, Nate and Yannick discuss Nate’s house lights project. Then they talk about Pimoroni’s 32blit, a very promising game development platform. After that, Nate explains how he made the magic smoke appear while working on an old power supply. And finally, they present the TinyPICO board, a ESP32 development board the size of your thumb.
In this episode
- CubicleNate | 2019 Christmas Light Show | Trans-Siberian Orchestra – Christmas Eve ;
- CubicleNate | 2019 Christmas Light Show | Trans-Siberian Orchestra – Wizards of Winter ;
- Designing a box with a sliding panel in Fusion 360 ;
- 32blit – The open, retro-inspired, handheld console for creators ;
- TinyPICO ;
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