Some days ago I released a teaser video to show some functions of our audio tool for the toniebox. Today we will release “Teddy” to the public.
[Team RevvoX] released another Video showing their upcoming Toniebox Tool. This time they are not just decoding and encoding their own custom audio files, but in addition they show how to get the files onto the SD-Card AND use a 3rd party NFC tag to play their own custom audio content. All this is done on a Toniebox without any firmware modification.
[Team RevvoX] just released a small Teaser of their new Audio Tool for the Toniebox.
+++ UPDATED 20th of Feb. 2020 +++
[Total of 276 Tonies]
I was looking for a complete overview of all Tonies that where released. Beside of the Tonie Poster of Boxine (which is incomplete), I was not able to find a table like structure to work with. That’s why I made the decision to gather the information by myself.
Boxine announced the newes Tonies for the 4th of March 2020.
The Tonie figurines are used to control the Toniebox. By placing a Tonie figurine on top of the Toniebox, the Box will read the rfid chip within the figurine and start playing the corresponding story.
This article will go into the depth of the rfid chip within the Tonie figurine.
The Microcontroller within the Toniebox is a Ti CC3200 (ARM Cortex-M4). Fortunately there are some development Tools available to get further Access which gives us the possibility to dump the Firmware and get access to the files stored within the internal FileSystem.
While my kids are totally keen on their Tonieboxes and their little figurines they can place on top of it, I took the challenge to take a look behind the Curtin of these audio players.