The new OpenDeck boards are coming. Not yet, but soon enough!

09 April 2022

OpenDeck v7

Even though last post made it sound like the development of the OpenDeck platform is stopping, that was not the case. In the meantime I’ve found few more areas I’d...

OpenDeck v6 was released a while ago, it’s just that I haven’t written a blog post about it. Let’s correct that.

19 November 2020

Support for new hardware

Latest OpenDeck firmware now supports two new STM32F4 boards, commonly known as “Black Pill” - the one with STM32F401 and STM32F411 MCUs. These are very powerful boards and their MCU...

This might be the shortest post I’ve ever written - but fairly important nonetheless. The OpenDeck v2 boards can now be ordered via Tindie! As an reminder, OpenDeck v2...

Due to everything that’s going on right now it feels like ancient history the last time I’ve talked about new OpenDeck firmware. Or new boards. Or new controllers. In fact,...

One of the questions I get asked a lot is: “How do I create my own custom board which uses OpenDeck firmware?”. There was never really a stable way of...

27 February 2020

OpenDeck on ARM

A little over two years ago, I’ve announced that OpenDeck firmware started supporting various Arduino boards. It was a major milestone - the firmware design was modular enough that...

This will be short post clearing up the confusion around the status of Arduino boards and OpenDeck firmware on them.

There were few interesting additions to OpenDeck software from my last post which was about v3.1.0, so I’ll recap everything noteworthy in this post, as well as some other stuff.

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