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OLED Library

Work complete on OLED library for DIPCore. There are few things in my to-do lit to make it work for DIPDuino:


DIPDuino PCB Giveaway

I have a couple of DIPDuino’s PCBs, which I will give to individuals who want to build their own DIPDuinos and use it in their projects.

There are few requirements:

  • Your project(s) must be open source and interesting to public (I will be the judge).
  • To assemble your DIPDuino, you have to have an exceptional soldering skill and have access to good soldering equipment, preferably Reflow Soldering Oven. DIPDuino components really tiny!
  • You have to promise me to contribute regularly to DIPDuino website and project pages. If not – then you have to return the PCB back.

Please write me about yourself and your project using the contact form on this web site. I will try to choose two most interesting ideas and mail you PCBs and maybe some components beginning of October.

DIPDuino is mentioned on Atmel | Bits & Pieces Blog

DIPDuino is an Arduino-compatible board that combines a number of useful interfaces in one DIP32 package.

http://blog.atmel.co … -in-a-dip32-package

Pure Atmel AVR core with all peripheral hardware (OLED display, SD card, ZigBee etc.) ready to take control over your hardware. It must be programmed with JTAG (JATGICE3 recommended). I am using Atmel Studio for development, and IMHO this the best option. There is no bootloader in DIP-CORE.
It is available right now. Do you want to have one? Please contact me through contact page on this website.

This is DIP-CORE with Arduino bootloader. You can write your programs in Arduino IDE.
I am working hard evenings and weekends to make it happen soon. If you have your own DIP-Core than you can help me.

You can develop your code in Atmel Studio or any other IDE of your choice, write it on SD card and DIP-BOOT will execute it. The code must be compiled and converted to BIN format. You do not need any debuggers or cables. Really easy to use on the go. There is no limit on complexity of your code. In addition, there is no need to keep SD card inserted into the controller. DIP-BOOT will write your firmware to EEPROM and next time, if SD card is not present, your program will be executed directly from memory.
This device can be available quite soon. You can help me with this.

As easy as it can be – open notepad, write your firmware in BASIC, save it to SD card, insert into DIP, have fun! No need to have programmers, debuggers, cables, compilers, IDE software. BASIC code can be written with any text editor including one on your smartphone.