What is it?
You can see a demo of some of the tools and effects at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TTQSIhLtIs
Why not? This is a fun and easy piece of hardware, so why not have some fun and easy scripts available?
According to the Spiffie.org Linux driver page the USB7 will not work on unpatched 2.6.23 and later kernels.
Some known working kernels are:
- slh kernels from the Sidux distribution (2.6.32 confirmed)
pyUSB7 is untested on Windows. It should work though.
These scripts are written with the 3.0 protocol in mind. The major difference is that 3.0 instances have a full (if somewhat ugly) alpha character set. Most will work with 1.x & 2.0, but be aware of versioning if you see strange behavior.
pyUSB7 scripts are released under the MIT license. See the file "LICENSE" for details.