LCD ARM board status update

After moving twice this summer, I finally got my workbench set up again (at least enough to start building stuff again). So I was able to build the latest version of the LCD ARM dev board (http://dorkbotpdx.org/blog/scott_d/arm_lcd_development_board). It works fine and I think all the errors from the previous version are fixed. So I've attached the Eagle files and the BOM.

LED Video Wall

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Several months ago, I was approached by the Portland band Starfucker (STRFKR) to build them an LED video wall for their upcoming tour. It needed to be large, bright, and durable, but also lightweight, portable, and easy to set up and tear down. They wanted to be able to plug in an iPod or iPad and play videos that are synced up along with their click track so everything goes along perfectly with the music. I enlisted the help of Alex Norman to take care of the software side of the project, and got to work trying to figure this thing out. It seemed like it could be made with mostly off-the-shelf components, and indeed that turned out to be the case. We decided that we would open-source the entire project, for the good of all mankind.

CLICK HERE FOR A VIDEO FROM ITS FIRST PERFORMANCE.

World Maker Faire Sept. 29&30

Anyone going to be in New York for the World Maker Faire? I would love to get you in for free if you mind hanging out in my booth for a couple of hours.... I'm kinda worried how busy its going to bee..... Feel free to bring a cool project to show off too!

http://makerfaire.com/newyork/2012/index.html

Teensy 3.0

Full details are at this Teensy 3.0 Kickstarter Page....

Labor day kit/amp build.

I built a small battery-powered amplifier today.

Untitled

Not too long ago, I bought a small, inexpensive amplifier kit from tindie.

JTAG Nostalgia

JTAG adapter

Long story short: the GuruPlug JTAG wouldn't even debug the GuruPlug, let alone any other board I tried it with. I knew my freshly-compiled bleeding-edge OpenOCD was at least somewhat functional, because it was able to talk to my TI Evalbot through an onboard FTDI2232 USB-JTAG/UART chip. But it wouldn't talk to the FTDI2232 in the GuruPlug JTAG dongle.

toorcamp 2012


Talk to jmej, or friend jesse.mejia on flickr to add your images to the slideshow!.

PDX Mini Maker Faire - September 15 & 16

what! what!

http://www.adxportland.com/news/portland-mini-maker-faire-at-omsi

I'd like to be help out at the pdx dorkbot booth... who's putting this together?

Applications are due no later than 11:59pm on August 5, 2012.

4th Sunday eTextile Workshop

When: July 22, 2012; 4-6pm

What: Introduction to soft circuits

  • Make & Take: LED patch
  • Tech Behind the Beauty presentation

Who: All levels of know-how! Newbies especially encouraged.

Where: Lovecraft Bar, 421 SE Grand Avenue Portland, OR 97214 (Look for the red door on the West side of the street) Due to the location of this event, you must be at least 21 to attend

Cost:

  • $25 for new participants
  • $10 for those who attended workshop #1

Cash and credit card payments will be accepted before the workshop begins.

All materials supplies are included.

ARM LCD Dev Board Eagle files

Recently I posted about the ARM based LCD development board I showed at a Monday DorkbotPDX meeting. At that time, I was waiting for another revision of the board before releasing the Eagle files. I got the next version back and it looks OK so I've attached the files.
The firmware source code is available on GitHub.
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