New Product Post – 1

New products this week:  New Arrivals From wikipedia – 1 (Beatles album) 1 is a compilation album by the Beatles, released on 13 November 2000. The album features virtually every number-one single released in the United Kingdom and United States from 1962 to 1970 by the Beatles. Of course, If you already own《1962-1966》and《1967-1970》compilation, highlights from Beatles,《1》seems less attractive, as a fan, […]

Fall In Love With Making: Meet the Maker Mitch Altman

Mitch and students

Who are Makers? Makers make things. They are sometimes hackers, or builders, or inventors, or artists, or DIY folks, or just people who like to be creative. May is for Making! To embrace June, we are going to launch our campaign FALL IN LOVE WITH MAKING. Let’s meet the maker: Mitch Altman! Mitch loved taking […]

Yeah!Female Version Seeeduino:)

Since Open Hardware has become increasingly popular, more people are joining this community. Of course, more women are also taking part in Open Hardware activities, which can be seen from Adafruit and LittleBits. We do hope to enlarge the open hardware community by attracting more lady makers to take part in:) To make Open Hardware […]

Seeeduino Mega first show on Modkit


Edward writes in to share the new progress of Modkit – If you’ve been following the Modkit project, this screenshot tells a lot. Did you think we decided to show the Seeeduino just because of it’s festive red color? Maybe a little, but the Seeduino represents Modkit’s move to support more third party boards. Oh, […]

Could Seeeduino Stalkers survive the day after tommorow?

We wanted to make Seeeduino Stalker a field data logger surviving from -40C to +85C, waterproof and off grid. When the Stalker v2 got a LiPo battery, solar charger, and a water proof enclosure, it’s taking shape. See this instructable of arming Seeeduino Stalker The initial experiment is done in fridge and oven, proven OK but […]

New [electronic brick] idea survived some intense brainstorming!

For a long time, we are not comfortable with current electronic bricks, It shall Not need 5 different types of cables It shall Not have such a huge connector It shall have unified form factor It shall be able combining with other not only by cables It shall be well designed in customers’ view It […]

Using Arduino / Seeeduino as serial to usb converter

As some might know there are several FTDI chip based usb to serial converter breakout boards. Sparkfun produced several of them through time , and recently Adafruit launched a new product called  ”FTDI friend”. Those are the well known ones.  But if you have an Arduino board with usb connectivity ( like Duemilanove ) , […]

FILMs hate to wait another week

Sorry for keeping you waiting, but we have faced many failures and defects while bringing Seeeduino FILM from idea to prototype to mass production. We can’t say they are satisfying, which needs you to test and let us know the feedback, but they are much stronger than previous sent samples, and much easier to use. […]

Seeeduino Film Update – from draft to drafts

The comments on previous blog of Seeeduino film was  overwhelming, we were expecting some positive feedback but never this fierce! We had held internal disputes of this projects and doubted about its fate, now it’s high time we move forward. Consolidating the needs, we have carefully considered and planned a revision as below: Remove Uart […]

Seeeduino Next Generation-Stalker coming soon.

Seeeduino Stalker is an extensive Wireless Sensor Network node, with native data logging features and considered modular structure. It could be conveniently used as sensor hub or integrated data collector for monitoring, tracking and etc. Features: Arduino compatible, based on Seeeduino Native RTC, On board CR2032 battery holder Native micro SD card socket Easy stackable […]