I received my C.H.I.P.s!

The C.H.I.P. project was launched on Kickstarter in May 2015.
This tiny Linux board has two interesting features:

  • it is very cheap ($9 + shipping)
  • it has a USB HOST port and a USB OTG port

The USB OTG port can be programmed to behave as a USB device, which means it can replace the DIY USB adapter!

My first experiments will focus on making serialusb able to use the OTG port using gadgetfs.

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11 Responses to C.H.I.P.

  1. Paulo Deleo says:

    Really interested in news about progress! 🙂

  2. Tr0Y says:

    Thanks for your incredible job.

  3. Bonko says:

    Do I understand this correctly: this might as well replace the pc/raspberry, so it would be an all in one device (except usb hub)?

  4. steel_3d says:

    Any news on this, Matlo?

    • Matlo says:

      I’ll resume this work after releasing GIMX 6.0.
      It will take time before GIMX can handle all emulations (10+) through gadgetfs.

      • steel_3d says:

        Looking forward to it! Rpi+ arduino is expensive, and a pain 🙂

        Thanks for all your hard work!

      • Azhrei says:

        Thanks for all of your work! I used to be a hardware nerd, but real life has kept me from staying current and I’m hoping this project can rekindle that desire to futz with hardware again!

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