It’s Throwback Thursday #TBT and we’ve got an old-school, silly post. Remember Demoscenes? We’re bringing them back! If you hadn’t already seen this one, Quelab—a hackerspace in Albuquerque, New Mexico—wrote it for the chipKIT Uno32 using a chipKIT Basic I/O Shield, which has an on-board OLED screen. To make it yourself, head on over to the post on Quelab.net for the details.
P.S. Play with the Basic I/O Shield’s four switches and potentiometer for more options 😉
Forget about wiring and soldering. StickyBUGs are low-profile and stackable modular boards that let you quickly and easily create your own shields to fit into your space-constrained Arduino® based project. In addition to their small size and pluggable functionality, they automatically handle both 5V and 3.3V systems, so they can be used with the chipKIT embedded platform.