Chapter2: Learn how to use and program My First Brainfuck
An ultra-small and low cost programmable computer for the masses
How to turn three broken LED lamps into two working ones…
This year we created a miniature gingerbread house using a 50W laser engraver.
You can get a decent SMD stereo microscope for just 60$!
I added external power so I don’t need to change the batteries.
A minimalistic single sided Arduino compatible development board that is easy to make.
How to add: USB connection, FTDI drivers and a new postprocessor to a low cost CNC mill (Roland MDX-15 / MDX-20).
D1 detects short asynchronous transmissions. It can learn new, or identify stored commands.
• No hardware USART
• Generic (works with all standards).
Use D1 to add remote control functions to your project!
Build a small FT232 USB to serial adapter that fits directly in the USB port.
A miniature breakout board for rapid development of microprocessor projects.