The newest version of the Adafruit GEMMA features an on/off switch and micro-USB.
We’re not quite sure as to how we missed this bit of news on #WearableWednesday, however if DIY wearable projects are your thing, then perhaps you’d like know about the brand-spanking new Adafruit GEMMA v2.
The latest version, which is essentially identical to its predecessor in terms of aesthetics and code, has changed the Mini-B connection for a Mirco-B USB connector, along with the welcomed addition of an on/off switch.
For the 1% of you who are not familiar with Adafruit and its versatile lineup of Atmel based body boards, GEMMA is a tiny wearable MCU that packs a whole lot of awesome in a 1-inch (27mm) diameter area. The mini yet powerful platform is powered by an ATtiny85 and is programmable with the Arduino IDE via USB. It also features an on-board 3.3V regulator with 150mA output capability and ultra-low dropout.
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