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Jul 2008

Autosokoban

Anonymous
Tue 8-Jul-2008 02:15
Fun!!!! yay!!

Craft

Anonymous
Tue 15-Jul-2008 07:32
You are awesome. Thank you for sharing this!
Anonymous
Wed 16-Jul-2008 01:46
!!!I'M SPEECH-LESS!!!

Great demo!

Reverberations

Anonymous
Thu 17-Jul-2008 06:32
This is amazing. Congrats on your work.

One man and his piano

Anonymous
Fri 18-Jul-2008 21:43
Awesome

Reverberations

Anonymous
Sun 20-Jul-2008 21:09
Can't wait to see this performed live!

(foto)

Anonymous
Tue 22-Jul-2008 11:20
Hej, var ligger MOM Livs?

-anders
lft
Linus Åkesson
Tue 22-Jul-2008 11:39
Hej, var ligger MOM Livs?

-anders

Hej! Det ligger vid Mårtenstorget i Lund.

Craft

Anonymous
Tue 22-Jul-2008 13:03
It's unbelievable !

Congratulations for your great work :)

The pot plant monitor

Anonymous
Tue 22-Jul-2008 13:51
The amount of current would be very small. And the time it flows can be minimized by providing 5V on the sensing side when not measuring resistance, in effect giving very ner zero volts of difference between the electrodes.

Don't even need to do that, as the capacitor will charge up until there is close to zero volts across the resistor (in this case, the soil).

A case against syntax highlighting

Ferruccio
Tue 22-Jul-2008 15:51
Thanks. You expressed this notion much better than I did:
http://the-lazy-programmer.com/blog/?p=9

Craft

Anonymous
Wed 23-Jul-2008 11:06
Very inspiring. I will give it a try. I hope this starts a new demo category.
Nice work!

-- George Laskowsky Ziguilinsky
Anonymous
Wed 23-Jul-2008 11:44
Great Job. You are an AVR SuperHero!

Reverberations

Anonymous
Wed 23-Jul-2008 11:46
Haha. En cyborgel! :)

Riktigt coolt.

Craft

Anonymous
Wed 23-Jul-2008 13:03
Great job, it reminds me the old days of the C64 demo scene :).
I feel 20 year younger now :)

A case against syntax highlighting

Anonymous
Fri 25-Jul-2008 00:09
I think the highlighting of Vim could be much better if it would only highlight comments and keywords like Eclipse does (If you ignore the things like highlighting defined variables and so on that aren't possible with a simple editor because it doesn't know all source-files of your project). Maybe the Vim-guys tried to use as much colors, as an IDE uses for all things it's able to highlight, to highlight the basic things that are normally highlighted with only 2 colors :P
You can write your own syntax highlight file where you only specify certain items to be highlighted.

Craft

Anonymous
Tue 29-Jul-2008 08:04
I am highly impressed!
I was doing something similar, but I've only generated VGA signal and no sound... and my scheme involves two memory chips (page switching), a CPLD to control sync pulses and memory, and a PIC to write data into the memory.
Anyway, props to you for doing this all in software on one chip!

TSM

Reverberations

Anonymous
Wed 30-Jul-2008 04:40
Great, Great, Great. Congratulations for this.

About me

Anonymous
Wed 30-Jul-2008 04:45
If I didn't like your compositions so much, I'd say that, by your self-description, you are a little bit pretentious...

Craft

Anonymous
Wed 30-Jul-2008 16:53
I like this project. I like atmel. I like life.

After this, build your own OS.

Then automations...
metal
oash82@yahoo.com
Thu 31-Jul-2008 11:08
Hi,

I was wondering what software do u use to draw the stripboard layout ?

Thanks