The CRUMB circuit simulator was first presented to us by Mike Bushell of Vital Group. Since then, the engineer who built it has continually updated it. Bushell has simplified the gadget’s usage in a desktop edition and added extra features. The software was first designed for portable devices. But the new version attempts to offer a realistic 3D breadboard-building experience on both mobile and desktop computers. It has the potential to produce an endless number of combinations and outcomes.
The CRUMB circuit simulator allows people to learn how to build circuits and improve their skills. They start with the basics and work their way through more complicated components until they can build really complex projects without any special equipment. The 3D circuit-building simulator is designed for both beginners and experts, allowing users to create impressive projects without any extra tools.
It has a lot of basic components that you can use to make your own circuits. It also has tools such as an analysis view and an oscilloscope that allow you to see how the different parts of your circuit work together.
According to the product website, there are still some planned improvements and enhancements for CRUMB, which should be available in the future weeks or months. The CRUMB website says that there are still some updates planned for the product. The only limit to what we may expect from Bushell is our imagination.
CRUMB is now accessible on iOS, Android, and Windows devices. MacOS and Linux versions are likely to arrive soon. You may find links to all CRUMB versions on the company’s website.