Today I released the 2nd beta version of Teensyduino, my add-on package for Arduino-0012 that allows sketches to be built and run on the Teensy USB board. Version 0.2 fixes many bugs and has more robust coordination between the Arduino IDE and the Teensy Loader.
It turned out to be a lot more work than I expected, but finally I've released the first beta test of Teensyduino, an add-on package for Arduino-0012 that adds support for the Teensy! I even wrote a nice gui-based installer (works on Mac, Linux and Windows).
The Teensy USB Development Board is finally released! I'm still writing more web pages and working on easier example code, but everything really necessary is available.
If you want to get it at the next meeting, just place an order with the website and in the comment box on step 3, just type something like "bring to dorkbot meeting", and of course you won't get charged any shipping.
Here are a couple pictures.
I'm getting close to making the LCDs work from Ben's Micro 2700 POS terminals (several of them are still up for grabs). Here's a photo.
More photos and technical details below...
First, I cut out almost all the chips. Here's a photos taken before I chopped all the chips off.