For few times I had a situation where I would have liked a way of changing register values in Atmel studio simulator without having to pause the simulation. So I looked into it and found the useful, but overlooked stimulifile. Probably this feature is overlooked by most hobbyist because it’s easier to use real board to debug than to use the time to write a stimulifile for the situation. Anyway I decided to get into this a bit and write a small program to make simple stimulifiles.
I got a new oscilloscope a Rigol DS1054Z. This scope has Ethernet connection for remote operation. From this connection you can even get a screen capture of the scope without any drivers. I found that someone had made a python script for this operation and thought it would be nice to have a Windows software to do it directly so I made one.
I decided to sleeve my headset because the cabel constantly tangled. This post can also be used as a “how to” for headset sleeving.
When I was at the stores I saw a package that had two fire alarms inside of it. This wouldn’t be anything special if they weren’t wireless. I decided on the spot that it would be awesome to attach them to raspberry pi for remote alarm detection. So the next problem was how to get the data out of them. Continue reading
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So we’ll see what will happen.