So we can connect one pin to another, and even control them from our code, that's nothing special.
Well we can also connect addons to our channels, like an ADC (shown) to read the current on each channel,
or a programmable resistor between two cannels, which we are having a lot of fun testing right now.
We're trying to pack as much as we can into each tiny chip! Let us know what you would like to see in your MetaBoard.
Only 8 IO pins? Think again! The MetaBoard is completely modular and can scale up to hundreds of pins and fit together perfectly.
You can plug and play with new addons, or build your own, and you can arrange them together in limitless configurations.
We are also using standard size headers wherever possible to make it easier to hack and debug.
MetaBoard is for everyone
You can make the MetaBoard your own with custom firmware, custom addons, and an open API.
We even have a template for you to make your own addon boards.
We want to make your breadboards Meta!
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