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DIY – Simple LCD Control with Ethernet

Here’s a cool project that you can control your LCD with ethernet.

The simple “switch on/off a relay” circuit which was the only function provided by the avr web server until now did not require HTML-forms. I used simply 2 URLs http://baseurl/password/1 for switching on and http://baseurl/password/0 for switching off. This does not work anymore for the display as we want to type a text into a web page which should then be shown on the display. What is needed is a needed is a proper decoding of HTML form data.

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AVR LED Clock

Ah ha! Here’s a cool AVR LED Clock you can make that also syncs itself with the NTP time server via ethernet! (We are going to have to make this too…)

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DIY – HOWTO make LED Fireflies!

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Check out these cool LED fireflies you can make!

The inspiration for this project comes from having never lived in an area where fireflies were common and being deeply fascinated whenever I encounter them in my travels. The flash patterns have been digitized from firefly behavioral research data found online and were modeled in Mathematica so that variations of spee

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DIY HACK – The simpler USB2LCD using HD44780

Here’s a cool little USB to LCD hack!

The hardware of the LCD2USB interface consists of the Atmel AVR Mega8 CPU, a cheap and easy to obtain microcontroller with 8 KBytes flash (of which ~3k are used in this application) and 2 KBytes RAM. The processor is surrounded by few parts, mainly connectors to interface to the PC and the LCD.

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DIY HACK – G-Meter using Atmel AVR for acceleration, braking, and horserpower

Remember our G-Meter in 1 Minute? You could probably refer to this for getting acceleration, braking, and horsepower.

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Doom on Atmel AVR STK1000

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Remember our STK1000 review?

Here’s a cool video playing DOOM on the Atmel AVR STK1000.

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Educational Circuits for Kids

Here’s some cool educational circuits for kids.

They’ve got some cool circuit building kits such as voice-controlled circuits, light-activated experiments with what seems like safe-to-use circuit parts.

Later on, they can start modding with easy-to-use electronic circuit board such as CUBLOC, Basic Stamp,

or even get into real low-level circuit building with

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DIY – POV with Basic stamp

Here’s a cool POV with Basic stamp. I have been trying to think of some cool POV ideas but this article seems a good one to get started with…

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Other cool POVs:

Ian’s Spoke POV

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Zedomax DIY 115- HOWTO establish serial connection with PCs bluetooth 2.0 with ACODE-300

Okay, today at work I have been getting a lot of calls on how to connect the ACODE-300 serial to bluetooth converter module to a PC or Laptop with bluetooth…

Well since the ACODE-300 is bluetooth 1.1 compliant and bluetooth 2.0 is backward compatible, the ACODE-300 should have no problem in establishing serial connection with a PC.

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Free MODBUS for AVRs

Here’s a cool website that gives you free MODBUS for AVR microcontrollers…

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