Warpx - IoT and wearable development platform
Open source. Open hardware. Built for innovation.

“Splash of Color”
WaRP supports full-color touch panel displays.

Introducing Warp


Warp is an ultra small form-factor embedded computer system targeted towards the development and creation of wearables, sensors, and IoT devices. As one of the smallest boards with an outline of 16mm x 38mm, it packs a powerful set of features including its powerful processor and communication capabilities. As an embedded system, it runs Linux or Android providing a whole host of powerful compute capabilities. Warp has been developed as a development system / reference design aimed at innovators and developers working on highly integrated devices.

Ultimately, Warp’s small form-factor lends itself well towards a multitude of applications: medical devices, smart-home sensors and remote monitoring (IoT), navigation and control computer for UAVs, rockets and drones, human machine interfaces for next-gen gaming, and many other applications.

Enabling innovation and creative design

Small form-factor devices require a careful balance of size vs performance while considering factors like battery life, connectivity, and user interface, not to mention that developing a platform like Warp from the ground up is a substantial endeavor. Warp was created as a springboard for innovators and designers to solve many of these challenges and act as a building block that can be integrated into just about any design.

Warp truly enables a rapid prototyping cycle due to is expandable design. Like Arduino and Raspberry Pi, Warp provides useful building blocks and frameworks for expansion and customization making it easy to try out ideas and validate concepts early in the design cycle. Because warp is form-factor ready, it allows ideas to be brought to life in final form factor allowing designers to focus on the creative and innovative aspect of design all while minimizing up front investment.

When design complete, it’s fully open-source nature meaning you can directly integrated it into the final product and take it to market quickly. Warps ecosystem and surrounding community can help with commercial productization and design support as needed.

So how do I get started?

Easy, start off by visiting the community website > warpx.io. REVO and its partners are active members of this open community and can help to answer your questions and provide information about the platform.

You can purchase Warp and its accessories directly from our webstore here.

For more information or commercial support, please get in touch with us here.

Recent Posts

REVO & warpx team @ ELC Prague

REVO & warpx team @ ELC Prague

REVO and the warpx team will be at ELC showing off the open-source, open-hardware warp platform. C... Read More »
REVO & warpx.io Team ELC Portland 2017

REVO & warpx.io Team ELC Portland 2017

The warpx.io team will be at ELC showing off our ultra low power i.mx6sl platform. Contact us for a ... Read More »
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Powering Warp from USB

Warp CAN be powered by USB and the battery is not required! However... not all USB ports are made eq... Read More »
Come learn about WaRP @ Wearables TechCon 2016

Come learn about WaRP @ Wearables TechCon 2016

REVO and Kynetics will be presenting at Wearables TechCon 2016! We'll be showing off some cool capab... Read More »
WaRP Talk @ JavaOne 2015

WaRP Talk @ JavaOne 2015

Hi everyone, Aaron and Nicola will be talking about running Java on the WaRP at JavaOne 2015. The se... Read More »
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Quick Guidelines for Warp Daughterboard Design

We just posted the Daughterboard Design "Quicksheet". This describes all the interfaces available fr... Read More »
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Setting up an Android build environment for WaRP

Building Android for the first time can be an aggravating and time consuming process. Following thes... Read More »
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A Look at Sensor Hub JSON Messaging on WaRP

For WaRP we wanted a simple communication protocol for talking to hardware. Something that would be ... Read More »

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Warp Core Technical Specs

  • NXP i.MX6SL CPU (ARM Cortex-A9 1Ghz)
  • 512MB LP-DDR2 Memory
  • 4GB of eMMC Flash Storage
  • On-board WiFi & Bluetooth 4.0 (BTLE)
  • Mag + Accelerometer (6-axis sensor)
  • Integrated lithium battery charger
  • Color LCD Display support (SPI & MIPI)
  • Capacitive Touch Screen support
  • GPIOs, SPI, UART, I2C and much more

System Software

  • Linux Kernel 4.1.15+
  • Yocto OS
  • Support for Android

Included Dev Software:

  • Python 2.7 + PyQt5
  • I2C Tools
  • SPI Tools
  • Ethernet & Serial gadget over USB

Development Partners


Kynetics jointly developed Warp and supports software aspects of this project.

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