i2c / TWI
An exploration into the possibilities for individual construction and customization of the most ubiquitous of electronic devices, the cellphone. By creating and sharing open-source designs for the phone’s circuit board and case, we hope to encourage a proliferation of personalized and diverse mobile phones. Freed from the constraints of mass production, we plan to explore diverse materials, shapes, and functions. We hope that the project will help us explore and expand the limits of do-it-yourself (DIY) practice. How close can a homemade project come to the design of a cutting edge device? What are the economics of building a high-tech device in small quantities?
From Wiki Introduction
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The Shrimp circuit is an Arduino Uno substitute with a component cost of around one tenth the price of official Arduino boards. You can hand-make the circuit on breadboard or stripboard, learning about the components as you go, and remix the circuit freely for your needs.
Arduino and HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor
WiiRemote Library for Arduino
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If you are unfortunately hitting the memory limit on your arduino, let me first take the moment to congratulate you! You have already become a master of arduino and programming. Otherwise you would not have come up with so many lines of code to fill your arduino up!
In System Programming (ISP/ICSP)
USB Host Shield
74HC595 Shift Register
Speech Recognition in Arduino
Voice Synthesis in Arduino