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Low power too, all that is powered from a single PC power supply
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Help re-imagine the Chemset and win $50,000! #reimaginechemset #science #scienceforkids  
“My interest in chemistry began when my next-door neighbor got me a chemistry set for Christmas…I found out that there were some remarkable things you could do with the chemicals that were then available in those sets, and I got very interested in making explosives in particular…by the time I ...
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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.

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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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The source code for the pcd8544 driver used in Nokia 3310 displays for the msp430 is just about done. Working on a blog post about the setup and inner workings which will be available soon.

For now, you can dive into the source at https://github.com/noccy80/mspdev/tree/master/projects/lcdtest-3310
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Here is a link to a test to make sure your router can not be hijacked from the Internet by the TCP/32764 backdoor.

http://blog.noccylabs.info/2014/01/backdoor-found-home-wifi-routers-test-see-vulnerable/
Backdoors have been found in WiFi routers from Cisco, Diamond, SerComm, LevelOne, Linksys and Netgear that allow unlimited access to the configuration of the de
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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

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Add Wi-Fi to your #msp430  Launchpad with the Wi-Fi CC3000 BoosterPack (~$40)
Texas Instrument launched SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3000 in Q1 2012 in order to bring WiFi connectivity to any device including 8-bit or 16-bit MCU, as CC3300 internally handled all networking tasks, and exchange data with the MCU via an SPI interface. This Wi-Fi processor allows to use Wi-Fi for data ...
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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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While browsing through the Google Play store, I struck gold. This is the full version of Lessons In Electric Circuits as available in PDF format from http://openbookproject.net/electricCircuits/ in pocket format for your Android device.

The download is 20MB and well worth it.
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NoccyLabs is the social lab that covers everything relating to microcontrollers and electronics project. It consists of a blog, a wiki and a message board.

NoccyLabs aims to bring the people that tinkers with electronics together and promote the sharing of ideas and concepts and to stimulate the use of Open Source software as well as Open Hardware.