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Noccy Labs
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Experiments with microcontrollers and electronics
Experiments with microcontrollers and electronics

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Are you a game developer, or someone that has to handle bug reports for Linux systems? In that case, we have got a tool for you.

#LinuxInfo is a modular tool that is packaged as a single runnable script. Upon downloading and running, system information relevant to finding the cause of the problem is collected and assembled into a report. This report can then be automatically uploaded to the internet, and the user gets a short URL that links to the report.

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Here is a simple MSP430-powered LED Clock that you can build on a breadboard. 

More info: http://www.simpleavr.com/msp430-projects/3p4w-clock

#msp430

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And here is the same project in #gtkwave with a few more bugs ironed out.
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After a bit of fiddling, I've managed to convert the log output from simulation and #mspdebug 's iotracer into VCD format, allowing it to be read by #gtkwave and others. Not very user friendly yet, but will eventually be part of #mspdev. What do you think about this concept? To clarify; the code isn't run on a msp430 but rather in the builtin simulator of mspdebug.

#msp430
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Add Wi-Fi to your #msp430  Launchpad with the Wi-Fi CC3000 BoosterPack (~$40)

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And here is something completely different -- let me introduce you to my own personal farm of rendering monkeys. MonkeyFarm, distributed parallel rendering of Blender animations over SSH. And it's all contained in a single PHP file of just about 20KB. Source will be available as soon as it's been tidied up.

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It's here at last, the blog post about the PCD8544 driver for the Msp430. Full source code and a working sample can be found at GitHub (follow the link in the post).

(The Olimex LCD3310 module can be found at http://microcontrollershop.com/product_info.php?products_id=4662 for $10)
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