Originally published at: http://blog.tindie.com/2016/02/fetch-tindie/
Last week we launched “Fetch, Tindie!”, a weekly roundup of amazing things on Tindie. If you aren’t already subscribed, go ahead and click here to get on the list! Here’s a quick peek at what you might have missed from the newsletter: Ultimate Sensor Fusion Solution by Pesky Products EM7180 Sensor Hub coupled with the MPU9250 IMU provides 2 degree heading accuracy! The Ultimate Sensor Fusion Solution is a beautiful example of the pride that goes into Pesky Products’ work. Everything you could ever want to know about this project from details of the design to typical results and everything in between can be found on the project wiki. Additionally, the product description gives you a good look into just how much work they put into their designs. Take a look and get one today! Easy touch proximity sensor (assembled) by Azzy’S Electronics Touch and proximity sensor 2-5.5v – use any metal object as sensor! Now, using a touch sensor is as easy as using a switch! Azzy’S Electronics became a Tindie seller in June of 2015 and is quickly becoming a Tindie top seller. With a great variety of project boards, good pricing, and great customer service, they are what we love to see in a Tindie community member. This neat project is tiny and can be connected to anything conductive (must be electrically connected to the Sense pin on the board). Check it out and pick one or two up! EtchABot by Geekmomprojects A versatile, easy-build kit that turns an Etch A Sketch into a CNC drawing machine Have you ever seen a project online and thought “that is really cool, wish I had one of those!”? The EtchABot is exactly one of those projects. Another project with an extensive and helpful wiki, simply add a Pocket size Etch A Sketch and an Arduino Uno and you will be on the road to building your own self-erasing CNC drawing machine! SMD Adapter SOT23/323/353/363 to DIP6 Double Sided by Mozzwald SMD Adapter SOT23/323/353/363 to DIP6 Double Sided for Breadboard Prototype Don’t skip over this breakout board from Mozzwald. Got a surface-mount component that you want to breadboard with? If it’s in a SOT23/323/353/363 layout, use this handy breakout board! Switching Breadboard Power Supply by Tall Dog An adorable and efficient power supply for your breadboard projects. Tall Dog is a veteran Tindarian. On board since almost the beginning, they have one of the top selling products ever on Tindie with their Teensy 3.1 Breakout. On track to be another great seller, the Switching Breadboard Power Supply is ready for your breadboard projects. Small, efficient, affordable… what more could you ask for? IO Over Restful Services by Chipspeak USB I/O Control Board with Rest API Chipspeak is a new dog to the Tindie community, across the ocean from Tindie HQ, right outside of beautiful Sydney, Australia. Another project with a tiny footprint (just 19.68 x 17.48 mm!), this little board provides control on analog and digital input output interfaces over restful web services. Don’t rest until you snag one!