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DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixels and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixels and ARM Microcontroller

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DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

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DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DUE Development Board 32-bit ARM Microcontroller w/ USB Cable for Arduino. Find the cool gadgets at a incredibly low price with worldwide free shipping here. DUE R3 Development Board Kit w/ USB Cable / Resistor / LED for Arduino, Boards & Shields, . Tags: #Electrical #Tools #Arduino #SCM #Supplies #Boards #Shields

DUE Development Board 32-bit ARM Microcontroller w/ USB Cable for Arduino. Find the cool gadgets at a incredibly low price with worldwide free shipping here. DUE R3 Development Board Kit w/ USB Cable / Resistor / LED for Arduino, Boards & Shields, . Tags: #Electrical #Tools #Arduino #SCM #Supplies #Boards #Shields

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

DIY LED Music Spectrum using NeoPixel RGB LEDs and ARM Microcontroller

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An excursion into the world of porting a STM32F103 ARM microcontroller to the Arduino 1.5.x programming environment: based upon Maple Mini. By Ray Burnette.

An excursion into the world of porting a STM32F103 ARM microcontroller to the Arduino 1.5.x programming environment: based upon Maple Mini. By Ray Burnette.

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The idea is to design a board with a small ARM microcontroller (Cortex-M4) that can be used to implement audio effects for things like guitar effects. It is small enough to be implanted in an electric guitar or in a small stomp box.  The board is based on a STM32F405RG microcontroller (192KiB RAM, Cortex-M4 with DSP and floating point instructions) and a WM8731 audio codec.  I have a working first revision of the guitar board that I'm testing in an old wah-wah pedal, and a second…

The idea is to design a board with a small ARM microcontroller (Cortex-M4) that can be used to implement audio effects for things like guitar effects. It is small enough to be implanted in an electric guitar or in a small stomp box. The board is based on a STM32F405RG microcontroller (192KiB RAM, Cortex-M4 with DSP and floating point instructions) and a WM8731 audio codec. I have a working first revision of the guitar board that I'm testing in an old wah-wah pedal, and a second…

Freescale makes the world's smallest ARM controller chip even tinier

Freescale makes the world's smallest ARM controller chip even tinier

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