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Hello chaps! What I'm basically trying to do is record as much audio as I can (about 30k samples from a line-in source) then dump it all over serial. I'd like to use the Audio Booster pack (http://www.ti.com/tool/cc3200audboost) which does all the codec magic for me. But - I can't get it to work with energia. (to be honest, the documentation for how to actually use the thing is pretty poor regardless of programming tool...) I did my best to duplicate the needed parts of the (also terrible) Wifi audio demo app from TI's official SDK but to no avail. Has anyone had success at
Say hello to the new member of my Color LCD Booster Pack family, 2.2" LCD with 320x240 pixel resolution. Current version is v3. Board options include backlight transistor and microSD (TransFlash) socket (v2 of the board also has optional memory 23K SRAM, 25AA EEPROM, or similar.) New in v3: - no MOSI/MISO config - no optional memory - 4 configuration jumpers CS_Display, CS_SD, D/C, and BKG (choose legacy pinout or compliant with new LPs.) Pos/Pin CS_Dis CS_SD D/C BKG New(1) P2.5 P2.4 P1.3 P2.0 Legacy(2) P1.0 P2.5 P1.4 P2.2 Available on Tindie and The 43oh Store D
Hey, I have an idea for an booster which can connect to two lego motors and two or maybe more lego sensors. Details on this are still in the very early design stage. I'm not talking about the newer lego Mindstorms NXT motors with integrated encoders and i2c, i'm talking about the 'old' stuff from the first lego mindstorms or lego train generation: Before beginning to work on this I just want to ask you guys, if you or your kids still do have some of this older Lego Technics stuff and if you're somehow interested in making these lovely motors work with Stellaris and msp430 launchpads