Abhishek Jadhav

Abhishek Jadhav is an engineering student, freelance tech writer, RISC-V Ambassador, and leader of the Open Hardware Developer Community.

What is RISC-V?

What is RISC-V?

RISC-V is an open instruction set architecture that's gained a lot of popularity. Learn all about RISC-V, from what RISC-V is to how it's different from ARM, what RISC-V boards are available, and more!
Discovery Series Logic Analyzers Give You 1GS/s Speed on All Channel

Discovery Series Logic Analyzers Give You 1GS/s Speed on All Channel

Prodigy Technovations, the leading provider of innovative protocol analysis solutions, has designed a Logic Analyzer for Embedded Interfaces. This Discovery series logic analyzer can give you 1GS/s speed on all channels!
This Microsoft Teams Adventure Will Ease Your Life Through The Streamdeck

This Microsoft Teams Adventure Will Ease Your Life Through The Streamdeck

Buildcomics have come up with an easy-to-use mechanical key integrated stream deck built around the famous Raspberry Pi Pico.
Raspberry Pi Pico Gesture Control - Play Asphalt 8 Using Hand Gestures!

Raspberry Pi Pico Gesture Control - Play Asphalt 8 Using Hand Gestures!

Hriday Barot has come up with an exciting project that controls almost any game using hand gestures using a Raspberry Pi Pico to play games like Asphalt 8!
An Intelligent Light System with NeoPixels and the Raspberry Pi Pico

An Intelligent Light System with NeoPixels and the Raspberry Pi Pico

Maker Pubudeux has demonstrated a smart lighting system with Pi Pico and WS2812B with the help of infrared motion sensors.
Streampad - A Customizable Arduino-powered Control Pad for Streamers

Streampad - A Customizable Arduino-powered Control Pad for Streamers

Patrick Thomas has designed a streaming deck to communicate with streaming software that runs on an open source Arduino-based firmware.
DIY 3D Printed PCBs Speed Up the Prototyping Process

DIY 3D Printed PCBs Speed Up the Prototyping Process

To speed up prototyping time, maker and DIYer MrErdreich has made a 3D printed PCB (printed circuit board) using Tinkercad that works completely fine.