Featured Project


Pixel Mini

The Pixel Mini is an Arduino Zero compatible smart display! It features a 32bit 48MHz ARM Cortex M0+ microcontroller w/ 16K of RAM, a 0.95" 96x64 color OLED screen, and a MicroSD slot. There are many things you can do with a board like this. Create wearables, attach sensors and display data with text or graphics, or even make simple games!

Entry Level Cost: $45.00



Retroball is a build-it-yourself kit which follows in the footsteps of the classic 'PONG' style video games. Retroball allows you to play with two, three or four players and up to five balls on the screen at the same time.

Entry Level Cost: $63.00



NanoSound is a Raspberry Pi audio add-on board for audiophiles. While it works out of the box running volumio & kodi, it is designed to be fully customizable and configurable by taking advantage of Raspberry Pi.

Entry Level Cost: $36.00



Based on the success of our previous project - Wireless HMI , we felt that there is a need to promote not just the product but how to build projects using our product. Therefore, we have built this toolkit. The toolkit includes the necessary hardware, code and guide to build these projects. A color printed guide book, published by Nanomesher, is included.

Entry Level Cost: $30.00


The Oscilloscope Clock V

The OSC4.4 version of the oscilloscope clock has several improvements in the hardware & firmware. The most significant change is the capability to add a GPS module to the pc board, which makes it possible to set the time & date automatically and to use the one pulse per second output from the module as a time base instead of the line frequency. It's also possible to use an external 1PPS TTL signal as a time base. Other improvements include several changes in the design for easier component placement and changes to the firmware to make it possible to select the GPS autoset and time zone.

Entry Level Cost: $45.00