I’ve just joined your community and browsed all the threads posted here to get a feel for the exchanges and topics that bring you all together around ESPboy. I also went through @RomanS’ YouTube channel and Logs on Hackaday… It’s impressive how much work has been done since the beginning of this adventure.
I don’t have my own ESPboy in my hands yet, but I’m looking forward to tinkering with it and sharing my experiences with you, as soon as it’s possible.
@RomanS and all of you who contribute to the growth of the ESPboy have really done a great job! Thanks for all the nuggets already available. This little console has incredible potential to develop a whole ecosystem for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) education. It is also a great opportunity to learn programming through play. It’s the best way to learn!
I fully embrace this approach, and even more so when it is accomplished with humility.
I hope to be up to it and to be able to participate modestly to the collective effort by sharing my own experiments or my ideas, and to make ESPboy known around me.
I’ll see you soon for something concrete, as soon as I get my console in my hands (I opt for the v2 which seems to have clear improvements).