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Website Finished!

Hey everyone,

I've finally finished updating the website. It was a lot of work but worth it. We now have:

Complete Product Documentation: All of our product pages are full of information now. We've got pinout images, temperature specs, power consumption specs, and more. We even have the specs up for our original OpenMV Cam using the OV2640 sensor (also, notice how we found OmniVision datasheets we could actually share online).

Better Payment Options: You can now pay via credit card, PayPal, and Amazon Payments if you use Amazon. Additionally, we support Apple Pay too! Finally, I've enabled accounts on the website now so you don't have to re-enter your address anymore if you make an account when checking out.

A Home Page Campaign: Now when you tell your friends about OpenMV you and they won't be disappointed by our landing page. We even have an FAQ now for the all the big questions about OpenMV.

Integrated Mailing List and Twitter: Last but not least, we have our mailing list signup and Twitter built-into our webpage now. Even better, our mailing list automatically scans our blog's RSS feed and automatically generates emails to everyone on our mailing list and tweets about it when we post a new article. So, as we get more work done we have a much easier way of getting the word out now. That's probably how you're reading this.


Moving forwards, we're still taking pre-orders for the new OpenMV Cam M7. Please help us out and pre-order one or more boards today! We actually need to raise the amount we're looking for to build 1000 boards at once. Otherwise the cost per board will be too high (note that we're only raising money for the additional capital we need, a run of 1000 boards costs way more than what we're trying to raise). And for everyone who's pre-ordered already - thanks so much for believing in the project! I hope our work on OpenMV so far has shown you how much we are committed to making this project succeed.

Anyway, I'll be working on the documentation now and getting that all up to date along with finally posting the tutorial on how to use the OpenMV Cam. After the documentation is complete I'll start work again on finishing up the IDE.

Thanks for reading!

If you see any random issues with the website let us know and we'll fix them (and yes, we know that the map on the contacts page doesn't seem to load).

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