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I inherited this single board computer a while back - clearly some kind of developer board that has LEDs, I/O ports, two USB ports, an 8x8 LED matrix, buttons, sound, SD card slot, etc - like a super Arduino of sorts.

Unfortunately, not a single identifying name, mark or number on it that I can find! It does have an Atmel AT90USB646 main processor.

Also, it comes in a blue plastic project box with a board layout diagram on it, plus programming instructions...

To Program:

  1. Connect 'Programming USB' to Computer
  2. Press both 'Programming Button' and 'Reset Button' at the same time
  3. Release the 'Reset Button' first

Can anyone identify it from this picture?

Mystery Board

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Wunderboard rev 1, by Oregon State University. They have a newer version 2 with some changes, but same microcontroller.

Links on that page are out of date.
Schematic
Silkscreen
User Guide
Course 1 and Course 2 links, with curriculum and file links.

Youtube Defender game On Wunderboard.1
Youtube PDA controlling Wunder.1 LED Matrix

For future reference, all I did was google AT90USB646 Development Board. And then checked Google Image Results for that phrase.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Ah hah! In fact I live in Corvallis so this makes sense. RE: Google. I'd tried some variations on that, but hadn't seen it - even did a direct "find this image" search with the board, but all it gave me were crowds of people :) \$\endgroup\$ – Tim Holt Apr 17 '13 at 16:05
  • \$\begingroup\$ @TimHolt ah that's because GIS doesn't do "similar" pictures, it looks for basically the same image. Unless someone took the same exact picture, minus some minor color/brightness difference, it wouldn't come up. But the fourth row down for me (because google results always vary by person) gave this picture admtn.ucsadm.oregonstate.edu/ustores/web/images/store_8/… which while isn't on the OSU's web store page any more, gave me the name, I took it from there. \$\endgroup\$ – Passerby Apr 17 '13 at 16:11

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