Check Your Cold Drip Coffee Through BLE Remote in Front of Your PC

Youc can monitor the process of coffee making during deskwork. We use ultrasonic sencor to monitor the distance between the semcor and the ice and transmit it to the computer and cell phone with Bluetooth. The more the ice melts, the further the distance, when you see the distance of 12 on the display, it… Read More Check Your Cold Drip Coffee Through BLE Remote in Front of Your PC

Open Source: Porting Apple-1 to Anlogic FPGA Dev Board to Reproduce the 1976 Apple Computer

The Apple-1 Computer made in RHPYU’s open source project can run on the VeriMake SparkRoad dev board with Anlogic FPGA on board. The birth of Apple-1 and 6502, its famous processor, in 1976 marked the beginning of an era. Today, using the code and bit files open sourced by @RHPYU, we can experience the Apple-1… Read More Open Source: Porting Apple-1 to Anlogic FPGA Dev Board to Reproduce the 1976 Apple Computer

HPMicro Semiconductor and SEGGER jointly launch free commercial Embedded Studio

HPMicro Semiconductor and SEGGER(SEGGER Microcontroller GmbH), a leading international supplier of embedded development systems, recently announced that through a buyout license, HPMicro Semiconductor is offering a free copy of SEGGER’s multi-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) "Embedded Studio" to all customers using its HPM6000 series RISC-V microcontrollers to jointly promote the development of the RISC-V ecosystem.… Read More HPMicro Semiconductor and SEGGER jointly launch free commercial Embedded Studio

TinyLab plans to form an open interest group for RISC-V Linux kernels

TinyLab focuses on Linux and is committed to promoting the creation of more extreme Linux products. The website is a pure non-profit Linux technology community, currently mainly used for embedded systems, especially in learning, communication and sharing related to embedded Linux systems. In addition to the technical articles that TinyLab compile and write on an… Read More TinyLab plans to form an open interest group for RISC-V Linux kernels

RISC-V SoC + AI | Run a demo of the ncnn inference framework use Allwinner’s D1 “Nezha” Development Board

0.Introduction D1 is Allwinner’s first SoC based on the RISC-V ISA,which has a 64-bit Xuantie C906 core from T-Head. The "Nezha" Development Board is an AIoT development board based on the D1 SoC customized by Allwinner Online. It is a rare mass-produced development board that uses RISC-V SoC and can run the GNU/Linux operating system.… Read More RISC-V SoC + AI | Run a demo of the ncnn inference framework use Allwinner’s D1 “Nezha” Development Board

HPMicro has created a new era of domestic high-performance MCU

HPMicro (Shanghai) Technology Co., Ltd. recently released HPM6000 series, brand-new high-performance real-time RISC-V microcontrollers. HPM6750, the flagship product of this series, equipped with dual RISC-V cores, with a main frequency of up to 800MHz, and relying on the innovative bus architecture and efficient L1 cache and local memory of HPMicro, has set a new record… Read More HPMicro has created a new era of domestic high-performance MCU

The IoT ecosystem centering on RT-Thread is gradually being established

Author Ma Chao At the 1999 AOL International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, MIT Professor Ashton proposed a solution, which is rely on the Internet, RFID technology, and EPC standards, based on the computer Internet, using radio frequency identification technology, wireless data communication technology etc, to construct the Internet for global physical objects information… Read More The IoT ecosystem centering on RT-Thread is gradually being established