Warning: Unlike most software, hardware can permanently damage machines. While every effort has been made to ensure that the 44CON badge will not kill your computer, remember that you built it yourself. Consider using a USB Hub when connecting the HIDIOT. Electrical faults are more likely to kill the hub than your computer. 44CON and Sense/Net Ltd accept no responsibility, both in general and specifically to the use and abuse of your HIDIOT and any damage caused therein.
Thanks to Akos Rajtmar for the HIDIOT assembly video above
If you came to 44CON 2016, then congratulations, you are one of about 500 people who have a HIDIOT 0.7 board.
If you took part in the badge soldering workshop, then congratulations, you are one of <150 people who have a fully functioning HIDIOT 0.7 board.
But what is a HIDIOT 0.7? And how do you make it do something other than blink? Continue reading “Getting Started With Your HIDIOT Badge”