Despite desperately needing a haircut and a shave, the Weekly Roundup is here. This time we have lots of SBCs. Really a whole bucket load and a couple of other interesting things.
So, who are the winners of the MickMake / Tindie competition? Find out here … Adelaide Maker Faire The Adelaide Maker Faire was an absolute blast. I met a whole lot of Makers down there, making some really cool stuff. I’m busy editing the 36G of video and photos we Continue reading The winners of the MickMake/Tindie competition
A bunch of goodies arrived. The IkaLogic guys sent me one of their IkaScopes to review, a bunch of Tindie goodies for the MickMake/Tindie competition and a few appliances that I really need to hack. IkaScope Hardware The probe tip has a nice solid click feel to it letting you Continue reading MickMake Mail #21: IkaScope, Tindie goodies & appliance hacking.
Yet another MickMake competition. This time my favourite source of electronics goodies, (Tindie), has provided the prizes. Winners Are Grinners! Makers have been around for thousands of years and have made lots of cool stuff. One thing I love doing is meeting Makers and seeing what they’re up to. The Continue reading Another MickMake competition – thanks to Tindie.
Seems there’s a new Information Technology video out! Wonder if it’ll be funny? Speaking of Information Technology, Weekly Roundup #46 is here with a couple of new SBCs, interesting gossip and a bit of clowning around. Kickstarter xaVNA First up on KickStarter is the xaVNA. This is a Vector Network Continue reading Weekly Roundup #46 – New Maker Products
Not much coming in to the MickMake studios this week so I delve in to a 3D printer I received from BangGood a couple of weeks back. SAM4S Xplained Pro I bought a couple of these for a project I’m working on that relies heavily on ultra low power consumption. Continue reading MickMake Mail #20: SAMG53, SAM4S & Anet 3D printer // News
Weekly Roundup number 45 saving you time with all the good stuff from Crowd Sourcing websites, AdaFruit, SparkFun, DFRobot, Seeed, my favourite Tindie and also other places that I’ve managed to find. Kickstarter A bit of a mish mash on Kickstarter this week. MaxProLogic The MaxProLogic claims to be an Continue reading Weekly Roundup #45 – New Maker Products
I’ve been asked this question a couple times. How do you program an Atmel SAM MCU without a boot loader or the Arduino IDE? In this video I’ll show you how to do this using Linux and an Atmel In-Circuit Debugger. The Atmel SAM MCU The Atmel SAM MCUs are Continue reading Program an Atmel SAM without an IDE. // Tutorial
This MickMakeMail has the NanoPi Duo from the friendly guys, SiFive from an older mailbag, the MetaMotionR from mbientlab and the best of all a music player for dementia patients. Woohoo! Nano Pi Duo The NanoPi Duo is a pretty good idea and I’m surprised it’s taken so long for Continue reading MickMake Mail #19: NanoPi Duo, SiFive, MetaMotionR & DQMusicPlayer // News
This week’s Weekly Roundup is pretty quiet and a good thing too, since I’m up in the country for a bit of a break. I’m in the dog house at the moment, because I theoretically shouldn’t be working this week. Kickstarter Just a couple of things on Kickstarter this week Continue reading Weekly Roundup #44 – New Maker Products