A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
Imagine mbed board connected to Arduino shields... Simple task with mBeduino!
Photo: Ben's Hobby Corner
Netduino is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. The board features a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment, making it a perfect solution for engineers and hobbyists alike.
Acorn micro-kernel is a simple open source multitasking OS for 8 bit ATMega CPU, written in Assembler. It provides all the basic synchronization primitives.
Simple goal: To make a Z80 computer, with an interpreter, video out, keyboard, and some kind of external mass storage.
Another homebrewed 8bit computer, based on Motorola 6809.
UFE is a SD/MMC floppy drive emulator for old computers. It connects to the floppy drive port of the host computer and behaves like a real floppy drive.
This is a simple SD audio player biult with only an 8-pin microcontroller (ATTiny85).
The Ether Card is a basic Ethernet interface for use with the JeeLabs' Carrier Board, but you can use it in your own design (or breadboard...)
With Arduino, you have a powerful IDE. Here is an alternative: A Visual Studio plugin.
dsPIC33 has a great performance parameters. It provides a power enough to drive 320x240 display with GLCD or TV output.