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DIY Linux Computer and 6LoWPAN Gateway

DIY Linux Computer and 6LoWPAN Gateway

small, OpenWRT-capable Linux computer [..] designed around an Atmel AT91SAM9G25 400 MHz CPU, and added some memory, Ethernet, and a CC2520 radio chip to handle the wireless side.

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Bending The New Amazon Dash Button To Your Will

Most Hackaday readers are familiar with the Amazon Dash button even if it has not yet made an appearance in their country or region. A WiFi enabled button emblazoned with a product logo, that triggers an Amazon order for that product when you press it. 321 more words

Home Hacks

Program AVR Using Arduino [Simplest Way!!]

Hey there.A long pause, and now am back again. This time, a really awesome tutorial for you. Advanced hobbyists like me (and you, of course 😉) love to play with microcontroller. 2,711 more words

How To

Microcontrollers now substitute for CPUs

Microcontrollers are getting faster and faster, as is most of the rest of the computing world. Just like you can play Nintendo console games on the newest Nintendo handhelds, it seems that modern microcontrollers can replace CPUs on personal computers from the 80s. 181 more words

Computer Hacks

Hackaday Prize Entry: MiniSam-Zero

Thanks to the Arduino, Atmel’s SAM line of ARM microcontrollers are seeing a lot of use as 32-bit learning tools. For his Hackaday Prize project, is using one of these chips without all the Arduino drama. 230 more words

The Hackaday Prize

Roomba Virtual Wall

Peter Dunshee created this board with an Atmel ATTiny85 to transmit a virtual wall signal for an iRobot Roomba:

Petezah: Virtual Wall

This design files and source code are hosted on GitHub: 20 more words

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AVR vs PIC, Round 223: Fight!

Get ready to rumble! made the exact same Hello-World-esque project with two microcontrollers (that are now technically produced by the same firm!) to see how the experience went. 285 more words