The design is pretty simple – an Atmel ATTiny85 microcontroller talks to a DHT22 single-wire temperature+humidity sensor, and transmits readings once every two seconds via the ZigBee protocol. The next step is to design a small PCB to keep everything together. I’m not sure yet if I want to aim for battery-powered or not. […]
Our Pi Shield is progressing nicely. 5V SPI device running on a 3.3V SPI bus from the Raspberry Pi? Check. Version 1.0.0 testing complete. Bugs to be fixed, and version 1.1.0 to be released in the near future. Stay tuned!
I made a few fixes to the Rdiff-Backup Wrapper Script to avoid listing SpecialFileErrors, ListErrors, and UpdateErrors that are harmless.
Today I made a few cosmetic updates to the Rdiff-Backup Wrapper Script to avoid listing SpecialFileErrors and also to fix the include/exclude order of the kernel configuration file. I cleaned up the formatting a bit so your update merges might be less seamless than with previous updates, but it’s worth it!
I added another project to the site today: Jon Hays’ and I’s rqtchess (Our Cute Chess)! The project is based on a lab component from a class Jon and I took this term, but we plan to continue the development until we have a fully-functioning game. Project info: rqtchess
I added another project to the site today: my recently-created Web Scheduler! The idea came from my roommate Dayton: since both of us tend to forget to take out the trash, and we both spend a decent amount of time on the World Wide Web, why not have a client-software-free solution to remind us when […]
I decided today to try some rapid application development – using PHP, ADOdb and FFMPEG to create a web-based music streaming system. Let’s see what happens! The project information page is here: Ultrasonic
I added the first official project to the site today! My recently-created IronRuby Heap Sort Visualizer! It’s been a while since I used .NET. It seems to have improved quite a bit 🙂 Enjoy!