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Yet another entry for the scope-abilities list -
These projects offer the ability to convert composite or VGA video signals for oscilloscope display. You'll need a scope with Z/intensity input in addition to the X & Y axes in order to pull this one off.
This project introduces a computer that uses multiple microcontrollers (MCUs) that cooperate to solve one problem. This “parallel computer” can be used as an educational system that will help the development, understanding and fine-tuning of many parallel algorithms. It can also be used to achieve high performance in many cases such as in Digital Signal Processing.
dsPIC-based voice MIDI synthesizer by Michael Herman
Scott Coppersmith presents laser show controller based on dsPIC
Ethernet based Security System by Ahmad Masri
Show your talent by DIY a Sun Tracking Unit:
See the interesting things you can do with a robotic vacuum cleaner.
You grab a Motorola 68HC000 32 bit mcu, some knowledge, you mix them together and you should get a 32-bit power single board computer. The chip is quite old but there are many chip makers still produce it.
Serial interface to LCD display, originally based for an Arduino.
This MIDI Controller uses a PIC16F877A Micro and a 2 pin LCD Character Display.