I studied electronics long time ago, but my knowledge is so basic.
In my case I think that with Modulo I can play to create complex electronic devices really easy for me. I can use my basics from electronics and my knowledge of programing.
But now I have a question. If I mount a machine, a toy or I make any other experiment. I need buy every time a lot of Modulos, if I don't want disassemble it.
What happens if I'd like use this prototype to design a PCB, but I don't have knowledge to design it?
I'm thinking in a application to translate, automatically, my Modulo assembly in a independent PCB. With the list of components to do it.
I will can order to OSH Park or other similar sites. To create an specific PCB to mount as a definitive PCB for my invention and continue using my Modulos and more to play, prototyping or design other projects.
I don't know if is a good idea. But I think that a lot of people with a limited knowledge of electronics can do final PCB using Modulo to create the idea. And an application to translate it to a final PCB design.
I hope that I explain me clearly, I'm not sure.