We developed an Arduino Board Tester. We quality test Arduino boards before sale, and the old test rig was a bit boring so we developed something with a little bit more fun. We figured clients might want this too so we sell them through the store. Watch the video below. If you want to purchase one click >HERE< if you want to download the software click >HERE<
We just had a delivery of some robot car kits. The idea is to build your own robot car and add a microcontroller on top so you can control it through code. Not had chance to play with one yet but if you want to check them out here is where you can purchase them > Click Here <
Below is a short video showing how to set up an LCD displaying using an IC2 serial module to an Arduino. Mentioned in the video is a sketch for using the LCD panel which is displayed below this text and Continue reading →
We just got these bad boys in stock > CLICK HERE < but what should we do to show them off. Send us your ideas and if you live in the UK with the best idea we’ll send you one of these boards… Yeah let’s make a small competition Continue reading →
We test our boards to make sure they work smoothly. How we do that is we build a simple test rig with 3 LEDs and speaker. We hook up the rig to a Arduino and upload a simple sketch so Continue reading →
We just a received a quantity of new Mega 2560 R3 boards. We priced them slightly cheaper than the Mega 2560s we already have because they are compatibles. Since we test all the different boards we know they work just Continue reading →
We’ve been busy bees and developed an alternative solution for those wanting to keep Retro Computers alive by playing games and apps digitally through the audio ports originally designed for a tape deck.