aus Metalab, dem offenen Zentrum für meta-disziplinäre Magier und technisch-kreative Enthusiasten.
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Looks very impressive. With Arduino 0011 you do not need to set a serial port (see here) Did you try a CDC bootloader in order to use the arduino serial API ?


Kann man das Board irgendwo bestellen ? --Toka 15:18, 22. Mär. 2009 (CET)

There are no plans to supply kits for this. The idea is for people to etch and source components themselves, thus the single sided design.
But it would be nice if you publish a list of items, which are necessary to build your little shiny piece :] A List as in how many piece of $electronic-object and how much each costs at $yourFavoriteElectronicShop. By the way: Is your Metaboard an own board with an usb-device or just a usb-to-*-connector? And can it be powered over usb or does it need another powersource? Because i want to connect/use it with the laborboard. Angora 07:34, 6. Jun. 2009 (CEST)
With enough interest, maybe someone will pick up the idea and have some boards/kits produced in the future :) MariusKintel 04:01, 23. Mär. 2009 (CET)

this seems to have been picked up by ITead Studio, who sell this assembled and flashed with a bootloader for about 10$ and as a kit w/o the controller --chrysn 14:51, 31. Aug. 2010 (CEST)