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" is a registry of USB PID codes for open source hardware projects." Nice.
electronics  hardware  opensource  usb 
june 2018 by infovore
10 Ways to Destroy an Arduino — Rugged Circuits
A good list of ways to protect any MCU circuit - not just an Arduino.
electronics  arduino  microcontrollers 
may 2018 by infovore
15 Years of SparkFun - News - SparkFun Electronics
Honest / interesting review of 15 years of building a business.
sparkfun  business  companies  electronics 
january 2018 by infovore
Getting Started with EFM32 Giant Gecko ARM Cortex-M3 - Microcontroller - eewiki
About the best code samples I've seen: simple, to the point, and beginning to wrap my head around the architecture of these things.
firmware  electronics  embedded  c  argh 
september 2017 by infovore
CEM3340 VCO (Voltage Controlled Oscillator) designs | Electric Druid
Tom Wiltshire on various classic oscillator designs based around the Curtis 3340.
electronics  music  vco  schematics  design 
august 2017 by infovore
You Can Have My LM386s When You Pry Them From My Cold Dead Hands | Hackaday
Good writeup on the LM386, and the fact the basic application note is garbage. (This solves many noise issues I had years ago).
audio  lm386  electronics  hackaday 
august 2017 by infovore
Week notes — 29/17 – James Carruthers – Medium
James is keeping weeknotes on designing a product based around an EFM32 microcontroller - I enjoyed this first installment; it's nice to see how other people think about projects.
electronics  friends  design  product  microcontroller 
july 2017 by infovore
Is the Printed Circuit Board a Form of Musical Notation? | NewMusicBox
"In time I wasn’t plugging in my newly arrived modules so quickly. I was spending more time looking at them, admiring their structures, noting aspects unique to various individual companies. Some modules have lovely design flourishes, bits of fantastic line art right there on the circuit board, so enticing it threatens to give “cyberpunk” a good name all over again. Others have funny little phrases, puns on functionality, like where the power supply goes, or little axioms that both gently mock and encourage the beholder—Barbara Kruger by way of circuitry. This is what I now first look for when I unpack a new module." Really nice Marc Weidenbaum piece on the aesthetics and semantics of circuit-board design.
pcbs  electronics  music  marcweidenbaum  writing  circuitboard 
june 2017 by infovore
DDS AHDSR for 5U modulars | MidiSizer
ATmega / DAC based envelope generator. Filed for reference.
microcontroller  electronics  synthesizer  diy 
april 2017 by infovore
How I wish /// Pawel Grudzien /// Live at the Preservation Room - YouTube
A really nice exploration of what live piano + electronics could be like. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the actual filming: there's a lot of modular on display, which is very analogue and visible, with all its sequencers... but there's also at least one midi controller visible and if it's talking to a computer... is it disingenuous to hide a laptop? Hmn.
music  electronics  live  performance  piano 
february 2017 by infovore
PCBShopper » A Price Comparison Site for Printed Circuit Boards
Compare PCB fabrication around the world and get the cheapest for your precise needs. Useful!
diy  electronics  hardware  pcb  manufacture 
january 2017 by infovore
FEEDBOXES are autonomous sound toys that play along with you - CDM Create Digital Music
Both the feedboxes, and the earlier feedback synth, are delightful. Something really nice going on inside this - the simple physical affordances of microphones becoming a playable part of an instrument.
pd  music  electronics  instruments  feedback 
december 2016 by infovore
OMSynth miniLab - mehr DIY geht absolut nicht! |
Nice collection of videos on this page about the OMSynth, exploring building out some simple circuits.
synthesis  electronics  music 
december 2016 by infovore
Project Adrift - making of
Phenomenal: David Cranmer on making the Project Adrift cylinder and recording/playback heads. Totally in awe of his ingenuity, skills, and patience.
projectadrift  davidcranmer  electronics  engineering  blimey 
december 2016 by infovore
EarthQuaker Devices // mini movie - YouTube
"Knobs" goes to EarthQuaker and makes a film about them. What small music companies look like on the inside.
music  hardware  electronics  earthquakerdevices  pedals 
november 2016 by infovore
High-Low Tech – Programming an ATtiny w/ Arduino 1.6 (or 1.0)
Simple guide to flashing an ATTiny from a USBasp or similar. Might come in handy.
isp  arduino  attiny  electronics  microcontrollers 
november 2016 by infovore
Greatly enjoyed seeing - and playing - Luisa Pereira's _Counterpointer_ at Loop last week.
music  electronics  counterpoint  theory  sequencer  instruments 
november 2016 by infovore
The Circuit Board Record Album
Brilliant, long, meaty interview with Tristan Perich on his electronic music work - albums made as microcontroller code. Weidenbaum asks thoughtful, open questions, and is more than happy to just transcribe Perich's thoughtful answers.
music  code  computation  electronics  microcontrollers 
june 2016 by infovore
Monome // Live at Better; for Living on Vimeo
Lovely live performance from Brian and Kelli: keyboard, modular, grid-sequencers, ukulele, voice. Feels intimate.
monome  performance  live  electronics  music 
may 2016 by infovore
Your First Prototype: Assembly Tips and Techniques (3/3) — Prototype 2 Production
Saved mainly for its neat description of what you'd want in an assembly diagram of a toplayer.
pcb  electronics  eagle 
may 2016 by infovore
dlb electronics | Lunetta 1.0
Lots of Lunetta-styled CMOS-based modules; some are very, very simple, lots of Ken Stone designs in there. Neat ideas to think on.
electronics  cmos  lunetta  music 
march 2016 by infovore
Logic Noise: Sweet, Sweet Oscillator Sounds | Hackaday
"Welcome to part one of a series taking you down the rabbit hole of DIY electronic synthesizers based on (largely) CMOS logic chips." Looks good, especially the stuff on counters and shift registers.
audio  cmos  electronics 
january 2016 by infovore
Cortex M4 + on-board audio and MIDI + midi host + lots of GPIO = iiinteresting low-cost audio/midi prototyping board.
audio  midi  diy  dsp  hardware  electronics  arm 
december 2015 by infovore
Practical PCB Layout Tips Every Designer Needs to Know
Filed away for reference. Especially the thing about trace width.
electronics  pcb 
november 2015 by infovore
Learn electronics with the vintage Side Man drum machine - Create Digital Music
This looks like it could be a really lovely thing - what a piece of machinery, too. (I'm always convinced that sound is one of the simplest and most useful ways to illustrate analogue electronics, sometimes).
music  sound  electronics  wurlitzer  drummachines  soundman  darshahewitt 
october 2015 by infovore
Interview with Olivier Gillet (Mutable Instruments) | Keith McMillen Instruments
Great interview with Olivier from Mutable - lots of nice thoughts on the nature of synthesis, on designing electronic products, and so forth. I particularly like his list of what's inspiring him. Good stuff.
mutableinstruments  music  electronics  products  synthesizers 
september 2015 by infovore
Brendan Byrne
Loving all Brendan Byrne's work - I knew about his Panoramical controller, but Super Sequence Fighter is charming, and I rather like his simple midi controller PCBs.
music  games  electronics  art  brendanbyrne 
august 2015 by infovore
CMOS Synthesizers - Beavis Audio Research
Another interesting resource on simple CMOS sound generators.
audio  cmos  electronics  diy  oscillators 
march 2015 by infovore
fun with sea moss (or, basic digital sound devices)
Basic digital oscillators based on hex inverters and the like.
audio  diy  electronics  music  sound  oscillators 
march 2015 by infovore
P6: DIY, virtual-analog polysynth; €200 with case in a kit. Looks really nice - sounds good, too, and has a warmth to it.
diy  electronics  synth  synthesizer 
january 2015 by infovore
Adafruit FONA - Mini Cellular GSM Breakout - SMA Version [v1] ID: 1963 - $44.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits
$45, all in one cellular phone module - will do data, albeit over 2G. Still: iiiinteresting. But I imagine hard to get to the UK, because of certification. Sigh.
electronics  gsm  radio  adafruit 
january 2015 by infovore
Kinetic Sculpture Blends Bizarre Mix of House Beats and Lego Bricks | MAKE
Alex Allmont's "Play House" is brilliant. I'd seen his Clunky Drummer, but this is lovely - really like the emphasis on analogue, from contact mics onwards, and on making it as legible as possible. Also, his work-in-progress videos are lovely.
lego  modularsynthesis  electronics  house  music  alexallmont  kinetic  sculpture 
april 2014 by infovore
Our Comrade The Electron - Webstock Conference Talk
"Today I want to talk about these moments when the future falls in our laps, with no warning or consideration about whether we're ready to confront it." This is a great, great talk from Maciej, on the histories of technology, and how culture interferes with work, and how 20th century history complicated most things it touched. Also: the rant in the middle is good. I think this might be my favourite Maciej talk I've read or seen.
maciej  talks  technology  communism  electronics  surveillance  coldwar 
february 2014 by infovore
JHaskell's Blog: Serial Comm Fundamentals on Arduino
Nice straightforward guide to buliding simple Serial protocols for the Arduino. Jolly good.
arduino  serial  electronics  microcontroller 
february 2014 by infovore
Tangent Tutorials
Nice list of tutorials, particularly focusing on EAGLE.
eagle  cad  pcb  electronics  tutorials 
january 2014 by infovore
Looking back at 2013 | Mutable Instruments
Lovely yearnotes from Olivier at Mutable Instruments, especially if you're interested in what it's like running a modern, small boutique hardware companies. Really excited to see what's next from them - must get around to finally building some music around the Shruthi.
music  electronics  mutableinstruments  yearnotes 
january 2014 by infovore
Nicolas Collins: Handmade Electronic Music
"My class handouts grew into a crude PDF textbook, which somehow escaped the walls of the school. Emails began to arrive asking me to conduct workshops. An editor at Routledge, invited me to elevate my drawings and prose to a publishable state, and the result was Handmade Electronic Music -- The Art of Hardware Hacking" Might have to get this.
audio  electronics  music  engineering  making 
october 2013 by infovore
Natalie Silvanovich « KwartzLab Makerspace
Natalie Silvanovich is reverse-engineering modern Tamagotchi - Tama-Gos - and discovering how their tiny 6502-based hearts beat, and what makes them grow up to be who they are. (Mainly the distance of time between button presses, you'll discover). Super-fun.
artificiallife  tamagotchi  hardware  electronics  toys  reverseengineering 
september 2013 by infovore
x-OSC | x-io Technologies
"x-OSC is a wireless I/O board that provides just about any software with access to 32 high-performance analogue/digital channels via OSC messages over WiFi. There is no user programmable firmware and no software or drivers to install making x-OSC immediately compatible with any WiFi-enabled platform. All internal settings can be adjusted using any web browser." Small, simple, wireless OSC-transmitting board; really nice idea, simply implemented, and noted down as a way of simplifying certain kinds of projects in future...
osc  hardware  electronics  prototyping 
july 2013 by infovore
Cheap USB MIDI cable: some self assembly may be required |
I might need to open up my one of these and check it's been finished.
midi  electronics  fixingthings 
july 2013 by infovore
CP's Projects: Small Build, Big Execuition
"A rats nest of wires on a breadboard is not a finished project, it is an easily damaged mess." So true. Some good examples about designing your hobby projects for maintenance and simplicity.
electronics  making  process  practice  tidyness 
july 2013 by infovore
The development of Launchpad S | Focusrite Development
Really excellent technical article on the development of Novation's Launchpad S. It's not that remarkable a product in many ways, but this is a super-detailed post about some of the thought and improvements that have gone into what looks, on the surface, like a most incremental upgrade - but is in fact surprisingly comprehensive and affects many things at low levels. Really clear, well explained - as is the rest of Focusrite's engineering blog.
novation  engineering  midicontrollers  launchpad  electronics  hardware  products  making 
april 2013 by infovore
UMC32+M | Hale Microsystems llc
"The UMC32+M is an OEM/DIY product that allows Electronic Musicians, Multimedia Artists and Experimenters the ability to create custom user interfaces to control any software application that supports the MIDI protocol." Cheaper than a Livid Brain, as well.
midi  electronics  controllers  microprocessors 
april 2013 by infovore
A note about Anushri's unavailability | Mutable instruments
"A day of support at Mutable Instruments’ is more commonly populated with “If you see a 100kHz square wave at this node, it means the integrator charges itself very fast, probably through the op-amp compensation cap only, not the external cap – check for a bad solder joint on C9” rather than “Have you checked that the power cord is plugged?” (though it happens). Furthermore, once kits get built, ideas of mods and firmware hacks crop up – all requiring expert guidance. All in all, the “support” role at Mutable Instruments is more like “product engineering – the lost levels” – and that’s why, following the introduction of a product – support can be done by no other than the designer of the instruments themselves…" Still, MI's products are getting increasingly lovely. I've always been tempted by a Shruthi, and the Anushri looks lovely.
mutableinstruments  electronics  diy  support  synthesizers 
november 2012 by infovore
Farewell to the Wii, A Great Gaming System After All
"Perhaps the best Wii idea of all, and one too little copied in other consumer electronics, was that the device itself lit up when something important had happened to it. If a friend sent you a message or if a game needed an update, the system would start emitting a blue glow from its disc drive. You didn't have to turn the Wii on to know something was ready for your attention; the device's light pattern showed it. Most inert consumer electronics do nothing like this, which is a pity. What a disappointing failure that we don't have more electronics that make themselves useful even while they are more or less turned off." Steven Totilo's farewell to the Wii is full of some lovely thought and analysis - as well as great game write-ups - but this in particular bears repeating. (It drove me mad, but, still).
wii  design  electronics  consoles  games  nintendo  steventotilo 
september 2012 by infovore
The Dam Drum | Stones Throw Records
"Dam-Drum is a handheld drum machine and sequencer with four unique sounds selected by Dam-Funk. This is a collaboration with Dam and Bleep Labs, who designed and built the drum in Austin, Texas." And that right there is your future of music merch: support your favourite artist by purchasing custom hardware with their sounds in. They only made 100, because exclusivity (or is it because longer runs would be painful to make), but it's got lovely packaging, and is surprisingly functional.
electronics  hardware  damfunk  stonesthrow  marketing  merchandise  merch  alwaysbemerching 
august 2012 by infovore
Ken Shirriff's blog: Apple didn't revolutionize power supplies; new transistors did
"The history of switching power supplies turns out to be pretty interesting." It really does: long, fascinating post about a history of AC-DC conversion and how new technologies affected it.
power  electronics  transistors 
april 2012 by infovore
Shruthi-1, 4-Pole Mission edition | Mutable instruments
Oooh, the Shruthi got an upgrade: not just white PCBs, but an interesting new filter board. Seriously tempted by one of these.
opensource  synthesizer  electronics  shruthi1 
april 2012 by infovore
"The hackable, digital synth": cheap, build-your-own virtual analogue. Interesting.
synths  diy  electronics  synthesizers  music. 
march 2012 by infovore
Up, not North - Portal turret plushie
hen I finally got around to playing Portal, I was a bit surprised at how much the Internet loved the companion cube. Sure, the cube is pretty great, but in my mind it pales in comparison to the turrets, the real scene-stealers of the game. In fact, they inspired a Veruca Salt-esque covetousness in me. I wanted one. Badly. And, of course, it just wouldn’t be the same if it didn’t talk…" I had forgotten how much I loved the turret dialogue. You monster.
games  portal  making  electronics 
april 2011 by infovore
russell davies: homesense bikemap
"It's very simple. If there are more than five bikes at one of these bike stations the relevant LED comes on. It's a glanceable guide to which way to walk when we head out. It's going on the wall by the door. No need to reach for a device, launch an app and navigate to our favourites." Situated hardware. Very good.
bikerental  situatedhardware  electronics  making 
april 2011 by infovore
Hardware Hacks: Using a quadrature encoder (rotary switch) with Arduino
This is, in fact, the most successful rotary encoder code I've found to date.
arduino  hardware  electronics  rotaryencoder 
february 2011 by infovore
YouTube - Lego Hello World
Microcontrolled Lego printer, running off some kind of postscript driver, I guess. Properly awesome - and, of course, the most important thing is all the little chaps that keep it working.
printer  lego  hardware  electronics 
june 2010 by infovore
Yoshi AKAI - Lego Step Sequencer
"The Lego Step-sequencer is 3 channels 8 steps sequencer. The different coloured Lego pieces each have their own sound. Connecting the Lego three-dimensional makes complex sound. This is building sound more than playing sound."
music  lego  stepsequencer  hardware  electronics 
march 2010 by infovore
What makes Blip tick? - Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories
EMSL dissect a classic Tomy wind-up semi-electronic game - in this case, a version of Pong. Amazing what you could do with mechanics (even if that included "making the singleplayer game entirely unfair").
tomy  toys  games  electronics 
february 2010 by infovore
STM8S-Discovery: Microcontrollers reach a new low - Hack a Day
"The ST-LINK USB programmer/debugger comes attached, but it’s easy to crack one off and use this for future STMicro-compatible projects; clearly a plan of giving away the razor and selling the blades." $7 for a microcontroller which also has the usb connector/debugger attached; snap it off when you're done.
microcontroller  programming  electronics  hardware 
november 2009 by infovore
Arduino Tower Bridge on Vimeo
"Designed by Oliver Rokison a teacher at St Paul's School. This project connects to the Tower Bridge twitter account and mimics the movements of the real tower bridge." Fun.
towerbridge  arduino  hardware  electronics  internet 
september 2009 by infovore
Arduino Squid on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
"LEDs pulse back and forth in the mantle to indicate roughly how many friends are on Xbox Live. It goes into red alert if anyone's playing Left 4 Dead." Nicely done; might poke something similar into life for myself, just for kicks.
arduino  xboxlive  games  friends  play  social  electronics 
june 2009 by infovore
ThinkGeek :: Pocket Retro Game Emulator
It looks like a GBA Micro; in fact, it's a portable multi-platform emulator, it's $100, and there's almost nothing you can do on it that isn't highly illegal. But if the hardware's manufactured well, it's a lot less faff than modding a PSP these days...
games  emulator  hardware  electronics  gadgets  dodgy  curious 
june 2009 by infovore
strobist-project-opensource-trigger - Google Code
It's an open-source radio-trigger for small flashes. Really! The hardware, the software - the whole lot - is open source. The Strobist community never ceases to impress with its ingenuity.
flash  offcamera  photography  lighting  strobe  strobist  electronics  hardware  opensource 
april 2009 by infovore
Teaching Kids Programming - O'Reilly Radar
"I think there's a lesson here: doing something in hardware isn't automatically cool, particularly for kids. It's harder to make things happen, so we veteran geeks get a thrill from it. We think that because it's physical, real, and a Robot, kids will automatically be excited. But for kids who are learning, and who don't appreciate the significance of the challenge, it's just hard and unrewarding."
programming  computing  education  teaching  children  physicalcomputing  hardware  electronics 
march 2009 by infovore
Box of Clouds on the Behance Network
"For use on days with uninteresting skies." I should like one of those very much.
design  art  electronics  product  clouds  skies 
march 2009 by infovore
Meggy Roguelike - a set on Flickr
It's a Roguelike, running on a Meggy Jr - the microcontroller-powered console with an 8x8 LED display. Looking good so far!
games  video  electronics  roguelike  meggyjr 
february 2009 by infovore
Tinkerkit: a physical computing toolkit for designers: Main/Home Page
"TinkerKit is an Arduino-compatible physical computing prototyping toolkit aimed at design professionals. The interest in physical computing as an area in development within the creative industries has been increasing rapidly. In response to this! is developing the TinkerKit to introduce fast iterative physical computing methodologies to newcomers, and particularly design professionals." Standardised modules, standardised connectors, Arduino-compatible. I remember Massimo showing me his keyboard-emulating board ages ago. Nice to see Tinker productising the platform, too.
design  prototyping  hardware  electronics  arduino  tinkerit  tinkerkit 
february 2009 by infovore
Roo Reynolds - Microprinter
Roo writes up his first experiments with his microprinter. The barcode stuff is particularly interesting.
hardware  electronics  arduino  printing  microprinter  barcodes 
february 2009 by infovore
microprinter / FrontPage
"Hackers across the country are buying up old old receipt printers and imaginatively repurposing them into something new. We call them microprinters." pbwiki site for gathering resources around microprinters. Nice! Still waiting on mine (from the same load as Roo's) to arrive, though...
hardware  electronics  arduino  paper  printing  wiki  microprinter 
february 2009 by infovore
Near Future Laboratory » Blog Archive » Autonomous Game Controllers
"in the meantime, I decided to do an absolutely crucial bit of game science. Something that I am entirely sure is mulled over constantly, but never properly investigated. The question is but stated thusly: how long would it take the Little Prince to roll up an entire room based on a random path algorithm?" Julian is having fun.
games  hardware  play  video  electronics  katamari  autonomy 
january 2009 by infovore
Arduino Ethernet and Pachube: remote sensors & web-control |
"These sketches should make Arduino-based web-controlled home automation, and remote-responsive spaces a lot easier. The advantage of working with an ethernet shield is that you no longer need to tether the Arduino to a computer in order to access Pachube and other network services!" Some useful examples, to be returned to.
programming  development  electronics  arduino  pachube 
january 2009 by infovore
ThinkGeek :: Tuttuki Bako Virtual Finger Game
"Simply stick your finger in the hole and a virtual representation appears on the screen. Then you can use your virtual finger to play all kinds of cool mini games... from swinging a panda to having a karate fight with a tiny little man." Um, wow. Although I'm always afraid of putting appendages in boxes I can't see inside, though.
toys  games  electronics  physical  finger 
december 2008 by infovore
Click "CM Gallery". Watch. In order to illustrate the xiao's ability to not only take but also print photographs, Takara Tomy really pushed their anthropomorphic metaphor to the limits.
camera  print  electronics  technology  japan  anthropomorphic  maximumstrain 
december 2008 by infovore
Fuzebox - Open Source Game Console
"The Fuzebox is a fully open-source, DIY 8-bit game console. It is designed specifically for people who know a little bit of programming to expand into designing and creating their own video games and demos. A full-featured core runs in the background and does all the video and audio processing so that your code stays clean and easy to understand." Ooh, that could be interesting.
games  hardware  hacking  electronics  programming  development  opensource 
november 2008 by infovore
Monkeys & Robots » Blog Archive » Code to scape election results
"My election party tomorrow will feature DMX controlled RGB LED lighting. The color of the house should reflect the electoral balance. The color will start purple, and drift toward either red or blue, depending on who’s winning." Awesome.
hacking  making  scraping  electronics  hardware  politics  election 
november 2008 by infovore
ds brut
"DS brut is an open source hardware prototyping platform for the Nintendo DS, developed by and for electronics enthusiasts, artists and game developers. By connecting the Nintendo DS to the outer world, the game console can be easily hooked up to a variety of sensors (e.g. GPS receivers) and can itself control all different kinds of actuators, servo motors and others."
programming  hacking  hardware  electronics  connectivity  nintendods  ds 
october 2008 by infovore
Bleep Labs » Thing-a-ma-kits!
"Now noisy makers can assemble and modify their own light controlled analog noise friend!" I want an analog noise friend.
toys  synthesizer  music  project  hardware  electronics  sound  noise 
september 2008 by infovore
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