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OpenBCI Harnessing Brain Signals with chipKIT

Posted 2017-02-13 09:40:20 by Majenko


Have you heard? OpenBCI (the open-source brain-computer interface) is a community of researchers, engineers, artists, scientists, designers, makers, and more sharing a passion for harnessing the electrical signals of the human brain and body to further understand its complexities.

OpenBCI's 32-bit OpenBCI board---a

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FM Radio Over I2C with chipKIT uC32 and Basic I/O Shield

Posted 2017-02-13 09:36:57 by Majenko

The RedAcacia blog does a fantastic job of putting together tutorials, and in this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple, yet powerful, FM radio tuner using the chipKIT uC32 board, a chipKIT Basic I/O Shield and an RDA5807M FM-stereo, radio-tuner module communicating over the

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Useful Resource for Programming chipKIT Pi

Posted 2017-02-13 09:36:47 by Majenko


If you are an experienced Raspberry Pi® user, check out this resource page for the chipKIT Pi expansion board. It includes some useful pinout tables as well as instructions for programming the PIC32 MCU using native tools on the Raspberry Pi.

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Digilent Announces the OpenScope™ Project

Posted 2017-02-13 09:36:39 by Majenko


At the MASTERs conference recently, Digilent announced OpenScope™, a WiFi connected, 1 MHz, 2 channel, analog oscilloscope with a 1 MHz function generator and 10 channel logic analyzer. The user interface will be browser based, connecting directly to the OpenScope via the Digilent HTTP Wi-Fi server. The OpenScope utilizes the PIC32MZ2048EFG124 MCU and will be powered by USB power, or a battery when isolation is desired. The hardware is capable of being used as a UART, SPI, and I2C protocol analyzer.

OpenScope will be available from Digilent as a pre-programmed,

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Debug chipKIT Sketches in MPLAB X IDE

Posted 2017-02-13 09:33:35 by Majenko


Say goodbye to the Serial Monitor debugging with Serial.println()! Microchip has released a chipKIT Platform Sketch Importer for MPLAB X IDE in their latest version, v3.10. This importer is a plug-in that allows for source debugging of chipKIT sketches directly within MPLAB X IDE. This plug-in is installable via the MPLAB X plug-in portal under the Tools menu. The only other requirement is a separate install of the latest beta release of UECIDE--an alternative to MPIDE--since the

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