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Hello everyone! It’s been a while since our last shipping update, and we apologize for taking so long in posting this update. We have been working very closely with our manufacturing and fulfillment partners to come up with shipment dates…

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We’ve been working really hard to get the first version of the console ready while still making sure all your packages are being shipped out. Today, we’re proud to present the first version of the Onion Console for the Omega.…

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Without any further ado, we present the Onion Release Roadmap for the next couple of months! These are very general guidelines and we’ll try to slide in as many features and apps as we can into each release. We want…

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It’s new firmware time, version 0.0.8 is here!!! Let’s jump right in to what’s new! Node and NPM Fix As many of you had seen, HTML requests from Node and the installation of packages with NPM did not work because…

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We’ve been hard at work at Onion HQ, sometimes even sleeping on the couch overnight, but all that hard work has paid off… The Omega now supports NodeJS version 4.3.1!! The new version requires some updates to the Linux kernel,…

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Hi guys, There’s now a central place for getting acquainted with the Omega as a hardware device: https://wiki.onion.io/Hardware/Omega-Hardware We realize that this type of page is a little overdue and want to thank all of you for your patience! We’re…

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I2C Python Module Finally, as promised, the Onion I2C library is available as a Python module. Check out this wiki post for details on how to install and use the module: https://wiki.onion.io/Tutorials/Libraries/I2C-Library OLED Expansion Library The OLED library has been…

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Hey everyone, You may have notice last Thursday (January 14th) the Omega firmware was upgraded to version 0.0.6 and the Console is now Ando J1. Here’s the info on this release: Console Updates Right off the bat, you will have…

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Hopefully you guys still have some holiday decorations to put up, because the Omega + Arduino Dock can now control Neopixels through a variety of methods! You can use the new command line utility, neopixel-tool, or you can use libraries…

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Yep, you read that correctly: Python modules for controlling the Servo, Relay, and OLED Expansions are now available. They’re based on the C libraries so the control interface is very similar between C and Python. How to Install the Modules…

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