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  1. Hi. I'm new to 43oh. My team is building a platform for the breadboard for software developers. It allows you to configure prototypes without wires or other components. How? Connect the controller board to your breadboard and PC. Connect channels to IO pins in the user interface. The user interface will interact with the hardware and implement your configuration on a breadboard via a programmable switch matrix, thereby replacing wires. Then, if you want the user interface to interact with the ADC onboard the controller board: Connect the GPIO channel to the ADC channel on the same IO pin. Set the ADC channel on. Then you can analyse the signal, as shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtL6YwalWnk There is also an interface on the controller board for custom shields, which can replace other components, such as higher precision ADC, a DAC, a MIDI controller, an SoC, wifi adapter or an FPGA. This feature is still in development. Tell what you think about this tool kit. You can follow this project at https://hackaday.io/project/18755-the-metaboard to get updated as we prepare for a crowdfunded manufacturing run.
  2. Hello folks, I recently wrote a library that performs an application requiring using 5 timer modules, leaving the 6th out. I looked through some of energia's source code afterwords in case there would be any conflicts, and I noticed that at least the analog write function utilizes a timer to generate its pwm. I might be able to bypass that since I leave 1 timer open for other usage. Does anyone know what timers energia needs to use in its libraries that would cause conflicts?
  3. WS2812 driver for Tiva is available here
  4. I wrote program of ADC in tiva c launchpad..I am using PB5 pin(AIN11) for analog input..But How to connect Sensor (voltage input-3.3 voltage input )to launchpad...My sensor has 2 wire Vin,Gnd.....Should i have to connect Vin to PB5 and Gnd of sensor to GND pin of Launchpad..
  5. Hy for all forum members! I want to show you a newly developed ARM device for which we raise funds (for the prototype, and manufacturing) Some words about the AshimaCore : AshimaCore The AshimaCore is designed to be a very flexible, programmable inertial measurement unit - with a whole bunch of onboard computing capability. You don't need any propriety tools to program it - we recommend gcc, gmake, and dfu-util - just plug it in to your labtop via usb and you're ready to hack! This isn't Arduino, it's a far more powerful embedded development tool. We've packaged the board in a tiny footprint, ideal for a range of projects from robotics to avionics, motion logging, and home-made 3D controllers. We've also made the board easily plug-compatible with wifi and radio communications via XBee, and ready to drive a wide variety of motors, servos, or pretty much anything your project needs. The board is "best in class" being built around the powerful 32 bit, 168 MHz ARM Cortex-M4F embedded processor with floating point and the incredible Invensense MPU-9150 IMU. The board has a range of interface options (I2C, SPI, USART, PWM), is XBee / WiFi and GPS-ready, and includes a micro-SD slot. The board is designed for avionics packages, but would make a great choice for a wide range of hobby, school/university, research, and development projects. More about the project : http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ashimacore-an-embedded-arm-imu-sense-and-control-board Please visit the project,and after share it on social networks , or even can make a donation. Thanks
  6. Here is a code library for a 7seg display/led/button module available cheaply on dealextreme. Code works well and I've found it useful, though I've had some trouble integrating it into other projects. Credit goes to Dan Oprescu (robotrandi <at> gmail <dot> com) http://trandi.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/tm1638-display-driver-for-stellaris-launchpad/