Our recent Kickstarter project, the Balanduino - an Arduino compatible Balancing Robot - has now been successfully funded.
Even though it is finished you can still visit the Kickstarter to get more information about the project, the features of the Balanduino, kit pricing and when you can expect to receive your own kit if you funded us.
Due to all the development we have done with the USB Host Shield, enabling especially USB Bluetooth support, we decided that it might be time for us to carry it in the shop too.
So we are now a happy European distributor of the USB Host Shield Revision 2.0, which you can get at the US retail price of $25.00
We have recently been working on a lot on different electronics products for you, and now our webstore is finally open.
The webstore currently contains everything from our NXT Shield and mbed Periphiral Board to different breadboards, wires and of course the well know USB Host Shield.
With our experience, knowledge and development tools TKJ Electronics is able to help you with your current projects.
We can develop a whole product for you, or only parts of a project - it's up to you.
Do you have a new electronic product that needs a reputation, or maybe you are just looking for more sales? We can help you by doing a free video and written review of your product.
We will do this review free of charge as long as we may keep the product. If you are interested in having us reviewing your product, please do not hesitate contacting us.
At TKJ Electronics we develop, design and manufacture electronic products in all different kind of categories.
We, at TKJ Electronics, are proud to present a range of products for you too, no matter if you are a student, a hobbyist, working at a university or just interested in electronics.
No job is too big nor too small for us to complete. So do not hesitate contacting us.
A lot of you probably both know the STM32 devices maybe even from our blog as we tend to use it a lot. You probably also know the mbed board that started as an NXP LPC1768 equipped microprocessor development DIP-like module.
We are happy to announce a new contributor and hopefully soon consultant at TKJ Electronics, Diego Ayala. I have been in touch with Diego for quite a while and we have been talking about his experience with the STM32 family and other ARM M0, M1 and M4 cores together with the Keil and CooCox IDE's.
Abstract DEVELOPMENT OF AN EMBEDDED SYSTEM FOR TARGETING A COLOR OBJECT USING A VIDEO CAMERA INTEGRATED TO A MICROCONTROLLER This project uses STM32F103 microcontroller to track an object, it gets the image from an OV7725 camera + FIFO, it is configured as rgb565 QVGA(320x240).
It has been quite a while ago since my last post here at the Blog which is due to a lot of new things and changes that happened in the past year. So with the following post I would like to tell a bit about myself and why I haven't been writing post so frequently.
I am very pleased to announce that I have now added support for the PS4 controller via Bluetooth. This will allow you to read all the buttons and joysticks with the same API as all the other libraries I have written for the USB Host library.