Cost: $50 (Cash and $55 Credit)
Where: At the Car Hacking Village in the Contest and Events Area.
When: Starting Friday at 10:00 until supplies last (So be quick).
Some badges may be available in the Car Hacking Village Vendor area, but we don’t know when exactly.
The badge supports 2x Dual Wire CAN (ISO 11898-2) channels with full gateway support. Fully-controllable pass-through (pass messages from channel 0 to channel 1, or channel 1 to channel 0), the ability to intercept a message and either modify it contents or “eat it”, and/or change the ID of a message and pass the data through (either altered or unaltered) are supported. These abilities are a must for serious vehicle hacking, and the badge implementation of PAWN makes this super easy.
The badge also sports a 128×128 color LCD which is fully accessible via the PAWN scripts. All of the graphics the default demo script has are implemented in PAWN.
The badge has 4 WS2812B RGB LEDs that are also fully accessible via the PAWN scripts.
Now USB is used to both enhance I/O speeds but also to allow for easy reprogramming. This change will allow anyone to tinker with PAWN, provided they have a micro-USB cable. The full source code for the tools used to load scripts onto the badge are provided in the Badge SDK. Modifying these tools would allow for you to easily make advanced applications including your own CAN development tools. Just be sure to bring your ARM SWD adapter (ST-Link/Segger/etc.).
NOTE: SDK updated to version 2 on 8/16/2016:
Badge SDK v2
Win7 x64 Driver
SocketBadge v20160819 (SocketCAN Demo)
Fun Pix Project