A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
An audio echo/delay effect “pedal” built around an mbed kit (based on ARM LPC1768).
(Photo: Ivan Sergeev)
Ethersex is a universal platform to access microcontrolers via IP protocol (including IPv6) and makes a solid base for your own development.
ThaiEasyElec's Bluescreen SUN (hopefully not BSOD) is a great development kit for embedded devices, based on ARM architecture and LCD touch screen display.
Are you tired with all the initial wiring (power, resonator, ICP, power cap, reset), needed again and again with every uC project? Try this!
Simple and deadly cheap LCD graphic module 122x32 pixels, controlled by SED1520 / EPSON.
CooCox provides a set of free or open-source ARM developing tools, including an OS, IDE and debugger.
The time kills me nowadays, so here are links to interesting projects, at least. Enjoy.
Nothing but a retro toy: A Commodore typewriter as a "twitter console".
Parallax sells the Propeller USB stick PropPlug to program the Propeller MCU. Here is an idea how to make the PropPlug from an Nokia data cable.
A spirit of an ancient time: Single-user single-task Unix-like OS from 80's for a 6809 MCU... and revitalized later for a 68000 MCU.