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Steering Sound with Phased Array

and managed to build an actual phased array speaker system capable of steering sound around a room. Powered by an Atmega 644, this impressive final project uses 12 independently controllable speakers that each have a variable delay. 275 more words


So, I won a tablet...

Two weeks ago Mark and I attended the Atmel Tech on Tour seminar. This was my first time going to one of their events like this, so I didn’t know what to expect.  244 more words


How I Hacked my Stationary Bike and Voided its Warranty

Working out is good for your mood, your motivation and energy levels. It’s good for staying thin and looking good, too. Still, going to the gym is impractical. 503 more words


Arduino on 1284p and 1284 (non p version)


The Atmel Atmega 1284 is a good and cheap upgrade from the Arduino Uno, if you already have one.

The 1284 comes with 128Kb of Flash Memory, 16K of RAM for storing data, 2 UART ports, 32 Digital ports, 8 Analog with a 12 Bit resolution ADC ( 0-1023). 853 more words

1248 Non P

Good news, bad news, progress.

Let’s start with the good news!

I stripped a USB cable I had and soldered some solid core wire to it.It works just fine with any USB power source (5v). 368 more words


The Box: Prototyping

So “The Box” project is back, taking on a less ambitious form this time. I’m not going to try and cram every part I have into a box. 311 more words


Burn Arduino Bootloader on Atmega-328 TQFP and DIP chips on Breadboard

Parts required (Hardware)

  1. Arduino Uno Board (1)
  2. TQFP 32 to DIP 28 Adapter (1) Link
  3. Atmega TQFP 32 pin chip (1)
  4. Atmega DIP 28 pin chip (1)
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