Here are the platforms on which microMighty was built to simplify embedded development.

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Callisto is a 100 MHZ ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller board running microMighty 2.0.  It was developed to be form-factor and pin compatible with the Adafruit Feather to enable the maker to seamlessly integrate existing technologies.

Callisto met a milestone achievement for a mass distribution of boards for education with the delivery of 16 boards to a local middle-school for integration into their robotics program.



The microMighty LuaBoard (originally just microMighty) was the platform originally developed to for the Lua-based environment that is microMighty.  This platform hosts a powerful ARM Cortex-M7 microcontroller core running at a blazing 216 MHz.  This platform was designed to be an all-in-one general purpose board for building small robots without extra hardware required (other than sensors of course!).