UPDATE: This virtual clinic is now closed. Please join the i.MX RT Community for product updates and technical support for all i.MX RT crossover MCUs.
What is this clinic?
This virtual clinic is designed to bring together participants of the Crossover Code Challenge with the NXP Systems Engineers in an engaging online interaction.
This virtual clinic will allow you the opportunity to ask technical questions about i.MX RT crossover MCUs, the i.MX RT1010 EVK, and MCUXpresso software and tools as it relates to your project submissions.
When are experts available to support me?
The global NXP experts will be live online answering questions during the 24 hour period starting Feb 20th 10AM CST. The live support will end on Feb 21st 10AM CST. The experts will continue answering questions on this page through the contest submission deadline.
What is the Crossover Code Challenge?
The Crossover Code Challenge is a design contest through Hackster.io. NXP is challenging the Hackster community to develop feature-rich code using the i.MX Rt1010EVK in order to demonstrate just how much functionality is packed into this low-cost MCU. All submissions are due by March 2 and $8000 in prizes will be given away.
Where else can I get support?
Join the i.MX RT Community for product updates and technical support for all i.MX RT crossover MCUs.
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Hope everyone is busy finalizing their projects. Let us know if you plan to submit by March 2.