25 May 2012
I have a Teensy 2.0 and some ATtiny45 and ATtiny85 chips from Atmel, which
I want to program with a minimum of fuss and parts. For me this means using the Teensy
as an "In System Programmer" or ISP, and there are plenty of other articles on how
to do this. But I thought I'd file what I've got here for reference anyway. It's
very easy - no hardware required except a Teensy, the ATTiny...
06 May 2012
This is my TV. I hate cables, so when I was planning this I routed all the cables
I'd ever need behind the wall. HDMI, TV Aerial, speaker, ethernet, and a power socket.
I forgot to route USB. If I want to use an Atmolight this is
a problem. Lights behind the TV that change color require a cable to the computer.
They also require a power supply and, apparently, quite an ex...
31 Jan 2012
Notes on integrating a BTM400-6B Bluetooth module from ebay, with a Teensy 2.0.
The bluetooth module is currently USD$7. Here's what I did: Soldered
the Bluetooth module to the breakout board supplied by the vendor. This breaks out
GND, 5V, Tx, Rx, PIO8/State (wired to a status led on the board) and PIO11/Key - when
this is high the board is in "command mode", when it's low it...