Category Archives: Arduino

Introducing ‘The Sin': Edd’s YM2612 MIDI Instrument

[embedplusvideo height=”507″ width=”640″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/_OiOyxsI5n8?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=_OiOyxsI5n8&width=640&height=507&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep1626″ /] And because I am a slacker, I forgot to thank matth for the chip holders and Mex for being a Boris. Cheers!

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CantHack presents at Digibury.

Thanks to everybody who came to Digibury this week, we had a great time and we hope the people who came enjoyed the session. The slides are available below, as well as the light painting pictures you made! I am … Continue reading

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A Temperature Sensor with Arduino

After getting the Arduino Uno for Christmas last year, I set about doing what every geek does after getting bored of the usual blinky blinky pin 13 stuff, and started thinking about what I could do with it that was … Continue reading

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Interfacing an HD44780 LCD Screen – The Beginnings of the Car Audio System

Following my previous post Programming the Arduino in Pure C, I have had time over the Xmas holdiays to do some more experimentation. Setting the Scene First lets look at what I am aiming to do. I hate taking CDs … Continue reading

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Programming the Arduino in Pure C.

For hack #2, I started looking at how I could program an Arduino; an affordable hobby development board which uses an Atmega AVR microcontroller. More information here. We add a twist by not using the Arduino IDE and instead using … Continue reading

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Plumbing – Morse Code 1

Plumbing is a runtime system and libraries for the Arduino that lets you write concurrent application using the Occam programing language. This is my first hack using plumbing, it is a Morse Code encoder, that blinks the built in LED … Continue reading

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