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Revision as of 16:32, 11 September 2019


Welcome to the MOD Devices wiki. Here you will find information about everything related to the MOD ecosystem.

Visit our website for more information about our products.

If you didn't find what you were looking for, there is a great community on our forum page that can help you on nearly all aspects of the MOD ecosystem. Visit our forum at: http://forum.moddevices.com



MOD Labs

The MOD Labs house open-source plugin development, Arduino-based hardware creation and a beta tester program.

Our Labs program provides an environment for software and hardware development and experimentation.

We will soon organize information around this program here. Meanwhile, you can check the links below and chat in the MOD Labs Forum category


Plugin development

This section gathers information for those who want to develop and deploy their plugins to the MOD devices.

We are working on a more comprehensive documentation of each step of the process. For now, check this:

Technical Information


Hacking

MOD Arduino Shield