This driver board for the iRat just came out of our assembly line. It's a tool for robotic neuroscience studies at the University of Queensland.
This week's Red Hot PCB explores the live view of a real world environment, augmented reality.
This weeks Red Hot PCB features a design by Metiric that can monitor different materials used in building envelopes
This week's PCB from our assembly is an FMC250, and is a form factor for FPGA boards. It has four 16-bit channels up to 250 MS/s sampling rate.
This post will be updated to notify everyone of our current status as it develops, related to Hurricane Harvey. Updated 8/31
Our floor just finished assembling these boards, which are part of an interface for open source self-driving cars.