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=== [[Motor driver]] (H-bridge) ===
=== [[Motor driver]] (H-bridge) ===
=== [[atomic microscope]] ===
=== [[Atomic Microscope]] ===
An atomic-resolution microscope.
An atomic-resolution microscope.
* STM (scanning tunnelling microscope)
* STM (scanning tunnelling microscope)

Revision as of 23:54, 4 June 2006

Open Mobile Gadgets

An open source, open hardware mobile phone in its preliminary development.

Music Players including MP3 players

TRAXMOD Open source MOD music player for dsPIC/ARM microcontrollers.

PG31 GPS RS232 Dev Board

A simple RS232 example project that takes 3.3V TTL serial and outputs to a super-common RS232 connection. Insto-NMEA!

PG31 GPS USB Dev Board

A great example project using the CP2102 USB to TTL UART IC as well as some basic battery holder info.

Chalk Roach

Ultra simple microcontroller development board for Atmel ATmega32 = 16MHz, 2KB SRAM, 16KB Flash

LED displays

  • 24" Wall Clock A really big wall clock. Why? Well, cause it might look cool? Probably not. But we do use GPS to get the time! Groovy.

Cellular Rotary Phone

An indepth breakdown of the Port-O-Rotary. Some clues to help you avoid audio problems with the GM862.

Das Brewmeister!

An attempt to wirelessly monitor temperatures of fermentation vessels

Fermenter Controller

A web available fermenter vessel controller. Uses PICs, i2c, Rs232 and python.

Home controller

Program your appliances to operate automatically in conjunction with your weekly and daily schedule, manually turn them on/off from your PC or use the controller as a process ON/OFF controller to regulate some kind of physical variable to the desired value.

Interactive Lock Box

An interesting project using an accelerometer and capacitive touch ICs.

Motor driver (H-bridge)

Atomic Microscope

An atomic-resolution microscope.

  • STM (scanning tunnelling microscope)
  • AFM (atomic force microscope)


A bluetooth JTAG ICE debugger for AVR's!!!

Sortof-Networked RFID Reader

A 125Khz RFID Reader with a simple RS232 based ring network - to allow connection of multiple units to the same control computer.