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Tiny Lisp Computer

This article describes a self-contained computer with its own display and keyboard, based on an ATmega328, that you can program in Lisp. You can use it to run programs that interface to components such as LEDs and push-buttons via the I/O pins, read the analogue inputs, and operate external devices via the I2C and SPI interfaces. It has a small monochrome OLED display that gives 8 lines of 21 characters per ...

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AVRJazz Mega168/328 Learning and Development Board

The AVRJazz Mega168 board from ermicro is designed to be used both as the AVR microcontroller learning and development board. The AVR Jazz Mega168 board is stand alone microcontroller module equipped with the latest Atmel high performance low power technology AVR ATMega168 or ATMega328 microcontroller that can be used for wide range of applications including embedded controller, remote data logger, robotics ...

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Make Your Own Homemade Arduino Board with ATmega328 Chip

Arduino is an open-source development platform for engineers and hobbyists to develop electronics projects in an easy way. It consists of both a physical programmable development board (based on AVR series of microcontrollers) and a piece of software or IDE which runs on your computer and used to write and upload the code to the microcontroller board. Arduino uses a boot loader. Boot loader is a piece of so ...

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Flames effect with a 8×8 LED Matrix and ATMega328

A while ago I found some blog posts explaining how to use a LED matrix as a pendant (http://hackaday.com/2013/01/10/8x8-led-matrix-pendant-sealed-in-a-block-of-epoxy/ and https://sites.google.com/site/tinymatrix/ ). The 8x8 matrix pendant looked cool, but it was missing detailed information on which parts to use and how to solder everything together. With help from a friend, Uriel Guy, we managed to figure ...

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Program an ATmega168/328 with codebender

If you want to use an inexpensive ATmega168 or ATmega328p for your project, but you want the simplicity of the arduino code and codebender, this tutorial will guide you through! A brand new ATmega microcontroller does not come preconfigured to use with Arduino code. So to use one of these you normally need a high cost ATMEL ISP programmer to burn the Arduino bootloader into your ATmega. Thankfully there is ...

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Light Sensor LED Brightness Control System with ATMEGA328 UNO V3.0 R3 for Arduino

Step 1: Components list 1.ICStation UNO R3 with USB compatible with Arduino 2.Bread board 3.Highlight LED light emitting diode   4.Analog light sensor 5.Hard jumper wire 6.4 PCS jumper wire 7. 5 Voltage DC power supply 8.3 PCS of pins 9.3P DuPont line Step 2: Schematic Diagram Step 3: Connect the +5V Power Supply and GND of development board to the bread board The red wire connects the power supply and ...

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Bootloading and Mounting Arduino Atmega328 – I made it at TechShop

This Instructable shows how to bootload and mount an Atmega328, Atmega328p or Atmega328p-pu for any project. This is a great way to save money by purchasing Atmega328 DIP package microcontrollers instead of using the Arduino development board itself. I put this together at techshop to be able to bootload microncontrollers for future applications they don't do a ton in electronics or programming but you can ...

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