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December 05, 2009, at 03:23 PM by 77.58.155.199 -
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Also, we recently wanted to charge our iPhones in the car, which led to some googling and the [[Main/iPhoneCarCharger| iPhone Car Charger Mod]]

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Also, we recently wanted to charge our iPhones in the car, which led to some googling and the [[Main/iPhoneCarCharger| iPhone Car Charger Mod]].

Neither a hack nor a gadget, but related: a [[Main/BluetoothKeyboard| User-space Java Bluetooth (JSR-82) Keyboard Driver]].


October 05, 2009, at 10:41 PM by 77.58.155.199 -
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished real project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] or similar use cases.

Then, we recently wanted to charge our iPhones in the car, which led to some googling and the [[Main/iPhoneCarCharger| iPhone Car Charger Mod]]

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Let's see what we have. So far, the biggest project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] or similar use cases.

Then, we build an [[Main/UsbIkeaDioder|USB controller for IKEA DIODER LED stripes]].

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, we recently wanted to charge our iPhones in the car, which led to some googling and the [[Main/iPhoneCarCharger| iPhone Car Charger Mod]]

October 05, 2009, at 01:09 PM by 129.132.178.136 -
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] or similar use cases.
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished real project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] or similar use cases.

Then, we recently wanted to charge our iPhones in the car, which led to some googling and the [[Main/iPhoneCarCharger| iPhone Car Charger Mod]]


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January 18, 2009, at 01:42 AM by 129.132.210.21 -
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?).
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] or similar use cases.
January 11, 2009, at 06:44 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | USB MIDI Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an '''USB MIDI''' device supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | USB MIDI Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an '''USB MIDI Expression Pedal''' supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without extra hardware! All you need is a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



January 11, 2009, at 06:42 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an '''USB MIDI''' Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | USB MIDI Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an '''USB MIDI''' device supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



January 11, 2009, at 06:41 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an '''USB MIDI''' Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



January 11, 2009, at 06:40 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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!Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site!
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!Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic Site!
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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal |USB MIDI Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal | Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



January 11, 2009, at 06:39 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal |USB Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal |USB MIDI Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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This site is devoted to building stuff which is:
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This site is devoted to electronic gadgets which are:
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But stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



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But stay tuned for the [[Main/ExpressionPedal |USB Expression Pedal Kit]] that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig.



January 11, 2009, at 11:27 AM by 80.219.210.170 -
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Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site! This site is devoted to building stuff which is:
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!Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site!

 This site is devoted to building stuff which is:
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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished one is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




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Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished project is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?).

But stay
tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit that allows to convert a common musician's Volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal and is supported by all OS and music software. Now, you can play that Jimi Hendrix riff without  extra hardware, only with a software guitar simulation such as Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or Native Instrument's GuitarRig. 



January 11, 2009, at 10:18 AM by 80.219.210.170 -
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Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site! This site is devoted to building stuff which:
* is fun to build
* is too expensive to buy
* and just cool to have.

Let's see what we have. Actually, the only finished one, right now, is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimmy Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




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Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site! This site is devoted to building stuff which is:
* fun to build
* too expensive to buy or
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just cool to have.

Let's see what we have. So far, the only finished one is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimi Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




January 08, 2009, at 10:21 PM by 80.219.210.170 -
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Let's see what we have. Actually, the only finished one, right now, is the [[Main/AvrLighController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimmy Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




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Let's see what we have. Actually, the only finished one, right now, is the [[Main/AvrLightController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimmy Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




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Welcome to Bagira's site! This site is devoted to autonomous four-wheel robots based on a cheap consumer hardware. As the base platform we use a 50 USD radio controlled toy. The heart of the robot is a BTnode embedded controler. All our sensors will be attached to it. BTnode communicates via Bluetooth with the WSim neural network simulator which we will use to wire robot's brain.


We will use The BTnode revision 2. Although only the newer revision is available for sale, we hope that our C code for the ATMEL microcontroler will be useful
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Welcome to M&M's DIY Electronic site! This site is devoted to building stuff which:
* is fun to build
* is too expensive to buy
* and just cool to have.

Let's see what we have
. Actually, the only finished one, right now, is the [[Main/AvrLighController| AVR Light Controller for LiPo-powered Halogen Bike Lights]] (or similar use cases... ?). Stay tuned for the USB Expression Pedal Kit, which allows to convert a common musicians volume pedal into an USB MIDI Expression pedal to play that Jimmy Hendrix Wah-Wah riff with Apple's GarageBand, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube, or NationalInstrument's GuitarRig...




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We will use The BTnode revision 2. Although only the newer revision is available for sale, we hope that the C code we used to program the ATMEL microcontroler will be useful.
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We will use The BTnode revision 2. Although only the newer revision is available for sale, we hope that our C code for the ATMEL microcontroler will be useful.
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The BTnode revision 2 we will use is not available for sale. Anyway, we hope that the C code we used to program its ATMEL microcontroler will be useful.
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We will use The BTnode revision 2. Although only the newer revision is available for sale, we hope that the C code we used to program the ATMEL microcontroler will be useful.
July 27, 2008, at 12:06 AM by 80.218.230.83 -
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Welcome to Bagira's site! This site is devoted to autonomous four-wheel robots based on a cheap consumer hardware. As the base platform we use a 50 USD radio controlled toy. The heart of the robot is a BTnode embedded controler. All our sensors will be attached to it. BTnode communicates via Bluetooth with the WSim neural network simulator which we will use to wire robot's brain.
 
The BTnode revision 2 we will use is not available for sale. Anyway, we hope that the C code we used to program its ATMEL microcontroler will be useful.
July 21, 2008, at 01:23 PM by 80.218.230.83 -
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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's
documentation has been installed along with the software,
and is available via the [[PmWiki/documentation index]]. 

To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
in PmWiki.  You can practice editing in the [[wiki sandbox]].

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .
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