Easily access any microcontroller’s peripherals from anywhere! Supports all major operating systems and libraries are available for C++, Python, and gRPC.
The place for most of the things that I do for fun in my free time.
After learning about the 6 wire measurement technique in industry, I decided to make a board to try it out. It’s also an auto-ranging 4-wire ohmmeter.
I might be a couple years late to the party, but here’s a tiny board powered by LUFA’s AVRISP MKII project.
After parsing through much documentation, I learned enough to design a DAPLink probe based around the ever-popular STM32F103.
It still can’t do maze-solving (from lack of trying and resources), but it’s much smaller, easier to assemble, and runs Python.
During the great chip shortage of 2021, I decided it was about time I designed something with an FPGA on it.
This board marks quite a few firsts including using a BGA part, solder stencil, ethernet PHY, custom DAPLink, and Zephyr RTOS.
Thanks to some netizens dumping FTDI EEPROMs, I was able to hack together my own Xilinx programming cables.
My first legitimately useful open source project, stbridge is a Python wrapper for the STLINK-V3’s bridge API.
A low cost compact device that provides APRS messaging capabilities to cheap HAM radios.
This glorified camera slider halves my etch times and improves etching consistency all in an overkill but stylish form factor.
The Black Magic Probe is a pretty interesting open source ARM debugger project, so I decided to modify the existing design and make one myself.