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Web server on a 8051 microcontroller

A couple of years ago it was rather fashionable to create a web server in a microcontroller, most often in a Microchip PIC 16F84 microcontroller. The latter has been chosen because of easy programmability, I surmise. But each implementation had at leas...

Contiki port for ez430 RF2500 board

The ez430 RF2500 port of the Contiki OS was created as the entry to the MSP430 Design Contest. Currently the port allows to use one RF2500 board as a terminal and another RF2500 board as a sensor node. For further development your may check out the sou...

Touch Demo Drum Board

Have you seen this video already? No? Then it is time to do so. This music instrument was created a while ago. Recently I was asked, whether I would like to put it online. I did. The video explains (almost) everything. If you want to get the firmware ...

One Bit Groovebox for AVR Butterfly

This time it is a hardware device. One Bit Groovebox is a synthesizer which produces one bit sound waves. It was created by Noah Vawter (original page is here). The code from the original device was ported to run on AVR Butterfly (with a minor hardware...