I have 2 new boards under development. These boards are designed specifically to attach to a Raspberry Pi and a Beagle Bone Black. They will be controlled via the Falcon Christmas FPP (Falcon Pi Player which is now called the Falcon Player). They can operate as a totally standalone player or could be used as E1.31 controlled boards like J1Sys or SanDevices boards are. The Pi board will have 36 DC channels in 2 banks with 30A per bank. It will have a real time clock for the Pi and a power supply that can run the Pi so that no power adaptor is required. It will also have a 2801 pixel protocol output that is for cascading to my 2801DC boards but it could be used for 2801 pixels. At this stage the board is looking like being about 125mm x 100mm with the PI plugging onto the top of the "DC" board. The Beagle Bone Black board is a bit further away and it will do a lot more. It will have either 18 or 36 DC channels, 2 DMX outputs that may be configured as DMX or pixelnet, a real time clock, the same 2801 cascade output as the Pi board and 2 or 4 pixel outputs. Depending on the number of DC outputs I go with the board will be only slightly larger than 125 x 100mm and the BBB will plug onto the top of it so that the leds and everything else are visible. The Pi board I'm hoping to have about the end of March with the Beagle board a week or 2 later.