Digilent has become a common name in the DIY / Maker commuity in the last year with the introduction of their PIC32 based Arduino compatible development boards dubbed chipKIT. Recently they updated their CEREBOT line of development boards to be fully compatible with chipKIT and MPIDE. The CEREBOT cK design incorporates numerous 12 pin headers spaced evenly around the exterrior of the PCB. These headers are specfically designed to accept Digilents break out modules named Peripheral Modules or Pmod for short. Today we begin a series of reviews based around the Digilent Pmod line, so sit back, relax and get your geek on as we show you the ins and outs of the Digilent Pmod OLED.