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Do you remember when you were a kid, and you wanted to pass a secret message to your friend in class? After you wrote it down and folded the paper neatly, you would hope that it would reach your [...]
When you think of it, radio communication works a lot like human communication. You need a speaker and you need a listener. Or in this case, you need a transceiver and a receiver. But ccRF 3 [...]
The quick-start software library by Microchip for click boards™ is half-done. Time really does fly when you are having fun, it feels like the 50 in 50 campaign started only yesterday.
The next l [...]
Friends from NXP sent us another video shot at this year's Embedded World. Saleem Kala, Wireless Connectivity Application Engineer, walks us through the smart factory demo that was featured at [...]
SPIRIT click — a name that makes you think we are turning into Ghostbusters. Has the theme song already started playing in your mind? The truth of the matter is that we are not that good at g [...]
Aristotle claimed that the heart is the most important organ in the body, more important than the brain. Galen said that this is the body part most closely related to the soul. We associate the [...]
The world’s first seismoscope was invented over 1800 years ago in China. It was a large copper bowl with eight dragons, each facing one corner of the earth. This ancient contraption could detect [...]
A project on hackster.io uses GNSS click to build a semi-autonomous drone. The click plays its part as a GPS receiver.
Read the whole tutorial to see the necessary code, GPS and IMU sensors [...]
If programming knowledge is the new literacy, you have to start early.
It's been a long day at work, you hop in your car and drive home through the daily rush hour. Finally, you've arrived, only thing left is to park the machine in your garage, going [...]
This chip uses bouncing infrared rays so effectively, it can tell what your hand is doing.
You are playing your favorite game on your favorite platform. You are driving a car in the game, and as you encounter a sharp turn, you hit your brakes, and start drifting into the curve. While [...]
The purpose of having coding standards is to provide a guiding format for code development. This facilitates the ease of construction when multiple programmers are developing separate or even [...]
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A new and upcoming project is emerging and it has fangs. Ever wanted an easy to use, high level, multi-threaded language on their micro-controller? Well it is now a reality thanks to the good p [...]
Our friend Teo from microcontroller-projects.com has another cool project, this time with EasyPIC v7.