What will might you find herein? Mostly musings on my obsession with NETMF and the hardware it can run on. There is a one to one correlation between pages and projects. Each project represents some interesting microcontroller based topic I decided to dig into. While by no means a complete collection of my microcontrollers projects, my goal is to document several of the more interesting ones as they evolve over time.
I'm working on testing some open source .NET MicroFramework code for wireless XBee networks. See the Gadgeteer XBee Module Driver Project on CodePlex for details. I also recently created a "Mood Cube" for the presentation mentioned below. Check it out here.
I'm Officially in the Kit Biz!
My first (very simple breakout) kit is now available. If you're into the Gadgeteer platform, and want an easy way to breadboard a new module idea, check out the MakeBread Module page. It's an open source hardware project, so feel free to do what you want with the design files. Send me a tweet (link at bottom of this page) if you upgrade it to something even cooler.
Now that I've got my feet wet with the process of making an idea turn into something salable, you'll be seeing some other electronic brainstorms appear from my excursions into the basement laboratory!
Vermont Makers "Illuminate Your Life" Presentation
On April 3,2012, I presented at the first Vermont Makers public meeting, held at the Emergent Media Center at Champlain College. The topic was a basic introduction to LEDs, their use in energy efficient home lighting, and some fun demonstrations. The PowerPoint presentation is available [ppt placeholder].