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Google’s Headquarters – Steve Jobs Dunk Tank! [PIC]

I guess Function energy drinks had a booth at Google’s lunch hour featuring Steve Jobs dunk tank where Steve says, “That Don’t Be Evil Google’s known for?  Bull****!”.

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Bluetooth Accelerometer

Check out this PIC based bluetooth accelerometer that you can use for your future wireless accelerometer applications.

This is a small wireless sensor platform providing a bluetooth SPP link to three axes of accelerometer data. The accelerometers are sampled by a PIC microcontroller (onboard ADC) at roughly 100Hz (rate can be changed via firmware). Data from the ADC conversion is sent to a remote computer using the PIC’s U

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DIY – IMbot

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Here’s a cool IM-bot, which let’s you know when your friends are online. This one is for Linux but it shouldn’t be too hard to make it yourself using a PIC 16F628A or any other microcontroller.

To make the device, you first need a push puppet. A push puppet is a small articulated character composed of several body parts held together by several strings that run through them under ten

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DIY HACK – Oscilloscope using PIC

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Here’s a cool DIY oscilloscope using a PIC12F675 kinda similar to the Atmega Atmel Oscilloscope.

This is a simple PC voltage oscilloscope using only a PIC12F675, a 20MHz oscillator, and a RS232 level shifter. The PIC takes a sample on GP2, immediately sends it to the PC at 115,200 baud using an software asynchronous serial routine, and repeats. It sends a 8-bit val

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HACK – PIC USB Programming, a Hackaday Competition Entry

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Here’s a cool PIC USB programmable microcontroller. Cool…a hackaday competition entry

“This design uses the Microchip PIC 18F2450 or 18F2550 USB enabled microcontroller. The total parts cost is around $15 including the microcontroller for a single board. The board features a USB port that can be used with a bootloader for easy programming. It is designed to use a 20MHz crystal. Two switches are included, for MCL

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DIY HACK – Pyramid Color Changing RGB using PIC!

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Here’s howto make your own Pyramid mood changing lamp. This is a lot better then one you can buy at the mall for like 20 bucks!

Kinda like our Light Orb Alarm Clock, but it’s a pyramid!

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DIY HACK – “Propeller Clock” Mechanically Scanned LED Clock

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Cool propeller clock you can make!

How this clock works: A motor spins the “propeller”, and a small microprocessor keeps track of time and changes the pattern on seven LEDs with exact timing to simulate a 7 by 30 array of LEDs. It is an illusion, but it works nicely.

If you want to build this clock, you will need a few things, including: Skill with motors and mechanical things. Prior electronic experience. A dead VCR or floppy drive or other source of a suitable

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DIY HACK – How to build a USB device with a PIC

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Here’s a cool DIY on how to make a USB device with a PIC via .

They also have a simple howto on making a USB thermometer to get you started right. The code looks pretty simple for anyone with prior PIC experience. You could probably use this for

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Hackaday – Binary Clock HACK

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cool hack…!@!

[Walter] sent in his version of a PIC binary clock. It’s a nice alternative If you don’t want one that runs off TTL logic, This one runs on a PIC 16F628 (Microchip is great for samples) and displays hours in 5 bits and minutes in 6. His blog also features a decent looking programmer, and he shows of

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Choice of On-board camera for embedded apps : CMU Cam

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You gotta check out CMUcam if you haven’t yet. It can be controlled via a serial communications to processors such as PIC, CUBLOC,

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