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Ben shows you how to build your own AVR development board and how to use it in your projects.
Today, Ben runs though how to build your own AVR development board and rants about Kickstarter.
Ben shows off the 3D printed elevator toy he made for Ghost Squad.
Ben explains the differences between ICSP and serial boot loaders as well as discusses how they work. Ben goes on to put that information into the context of this episode's project.Segment Keywords: ICSP, serial boot loader, Arduino, USB, RX, TX, flashing chips, microcontroller, AVR ISP MKII, ATTINY, pinouts
Ben shows the parts he's using then gets busy building the development board.
Ben shows how the AVR Dev board is wired and tests the connections.
Ben shows the code for the ATTINY and completes programming the chip to show it blinking an LED.
Ben shows to clone an Arduino using the AVR dev board.
Ben shows how to program the Arduino and shows the programming running to make an LED blink.Segment Keywords (Comma separated): FTDI chip, LED, ATMEGA328, headers, ICSP, PCB, crystal, soldering, pull-up resistor, rest line, ribbon cable, serial boot loader, Arduino, USB, RX, TX, flashing chips, microcontroller, AVR ISP MKII, ATTINY, pinouts
Ben rants and raves.
Ben answers a viewer question.
about 3 hours ago
First, why would I want to do this, secondly, why isn't there a button for NO? http://t.co/WrwqnsvzEZ
@JimmyTransistor Don't forget falling through 95% of atmosphere and not burning up, even though they said "We'll Burn Up!" UG...
@AlexPeretto Thanks for watching!
I saw this Xbox Laptop Kickstarter at Maker Faire http://t.co/7kNjzX1xJC Seemed pretty solid!
Hollywood, enough "controlling someone who's not what they seem to create a war on terror for profit" plotlines already. It's 2013 not 2004.
2 days ago
Since it takes more than 160 characters, my Xbox One thoughts: http://t.co/FjfbAzibTK