Two weeks ago I posted about my experiment with the ATTiny10. A 12Mhz 8-bit micro controller small enough to be confused with an obese ant. Unfortunately I didn’t succeed in programming this tiny guy, so this week I continue my small scale flashing quest.
If you are a regular visitor of my blog, you might know that (with a few exceptions) I’ve been posting a new blog posts every two weeks. Unfortunately I skipped this regular update last week, because I’ve been a little bit sick. Nothing major, but I didn’t want to contaminate my boxes of SMD components with germs. So after a few days of sleep it’s time to get back to business and start with something small. Literally.
Now that the hardware part of my Electrocard is done, it’s time to start working on the software side of my electronic business card.
After my beautiful shiny new PCB business cards arrived, the fun could begin. Time to start soldering! And since a blog post about soldering isn’t the most exciting, I decided to make a video showing the full process.
Ever since I have my own company I wanted to have a PCB business card. Of course I wouldn’t be the first, but it would definitely give a nice touch to my company’s identity. And since I wanted to give KiCad a good try anyway, why not go for it?
Every year during Easter, my family in law organise a serious egg decoration competition. Throwing around some paint won’t do it for you. And since I didn’t win last year, it was time to step up my game …
According to Philips, healthcare engineering is where the big money is. So hey, why not built a medial application myself? Ever since I was a child, my posture isn’t the way I would like it to be. I tend to stand like a 90 year old crooked guy. Let’s built something to change that!
A little while ago I wrote a small blog post blog post about the TinyLoadr Shield. This awesome shield created by Jeff Murchison was my one stop solution for programming my ATTiny’s and ATMega’s. Until last week …