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Business card with display uses our ATtiny85 OLED library – SSD1306xLED

Business card sized arcade game for ATtiny85 the OLED library SSD1306xLED

The business card sized arcade game by Dan Schnur uses our ATtiny85 OLED library SSD1306xLED. А couple of months ago, I saw a post by Dan Schnur in one of the Arduino groups on Facebook about a business card sized board with an ATtiny85 microcontroller and OLED display. It was actually an arcade game. After …   Learn more …

How to connect ATtiny85 to multiple MAX7219 LED 8×8 Matrices

MAX7219 ATtiny85 for Multiple LED Matrices

How we could work with multiple MAX7219 LED 8×8 matrices connected in a chain, light up some LEDs, and use a memory buffer to save the current state of the LEDs. In our previous tutorial, we discussed how to create an interface between the ATtiny85 microcontroller and MAX7219 controller and connect a single 8×8 LED matrix. The …   Learn more …

MAX7219 ← ATtiny85 for Multiple LED Matrices

MAX7219 ATtiny85 for Multiple LED Matrices

In our previous tutorial, we discussed how to create an interface between the ATtiny85 microcontroller and MAX7219 controller for LED matrices. We created 4 basic functions: max7219_byte, max7219_word, max7219_init, and max7219_row and they work great with a single 8×8 LED matrix. Let’s take a step further and connect more LED 8×8 matrices. What’s our goal? …   Learn more …

How to connect MAX7219 to an ATtiny85 and work with an 8×8 LED Matrix

MAX7219tiny MAX7219 ATtiny85

What’s our goal? To connect a MAX7219 based LED Matrix module to an ATtiny85 microcontroller and control the LEDs. Doesn’t sound very complicated, right? The Titorial We wrote a short tutorial about how MAX7219 modules work, how to connect them to ATtiny85, and how to write a simple library to work with them Continue reading the MAX7219 ATtiny85 tutorial …   Learn more …

MAX7219 ← ATtiny85 Interface for LED Matrix 8×8

MAX7219tiny MAX7219 ATtiny85

What’s our goal? To connect a MAX7219 based LED Matrix module to an ATtiny85 microcontroller and control the LEDs. Doesn’t sound very complicated, right? The Hardware The MAX7219 controller manufactured by Maxim Integrated is a compact, serial input/output common-cathode display driver that could interface microcontrollers to 64 individual LEDs, 7-segment numeric LED displays of up …   Learn more …

MAX7219tiny

MAX7219tiny MAX7219 ATtiny85

MAX7219tiny is a C library for working with the MAX7219 display driver to control an 8×8 LED matrix. It is intended to be used with the Tinusaur boards but should also work with any other board based on ATtiny85 or a similar microcontroller. MAX7219tiny Source Code: https://gitlab.com/tinusaur/max7219tiny GitHub mirror at: https://github.com/tinusaur/max7219tiny NOTE: This project was …   Learn more …

AVR GCC Toolchain – Setup for Windows

AVR GCC Toolchain - Setup for Windows

We decided to write a guide on how to install and setup the AVR GCC Toolchain manually. Back in 2014, we wrote WinAVR Setup Guide which became quite popular on our website. Unfortunately, WinAVR has not been updated since 2010. AVR GCC Toolchain is a collection of tools and libraries used to compile your code for the AVR microcontrollers. This collection includes a compiler, assembler, linker, and some libraries. Most of the tools are based on efforts from the GNU community (GCC stands for GNU Compiler Collection), and some others are developed by Microchip.

ServoLibTiny

ServoLibTiny - Servo library for ATtiny85 and other ATtinyXX microcontrollers.

ServoLibTiny is a servo library for the ATtiny85 and other ATtinyXX microcontrollers. ServoLibTiny source code: https://gitlab.com/tinusaur/servolibtiny GitHub mirror at: https://github.com/tinusaur/servolibtiny NOTE: This project was developed for and tested on the ATtiny85 microcontrollers. It might or might not work in other environments.

Projects

Tinusaur Projects

At Tinusaur, we create interesting and useful projects all the time. Whether that is a library of source code, a new board with electronic parts, or a gadget, we’re always happy to share it with you. The Tinusaur is an open source project – you can build and learn all by yourself, but buying our …   Learn more …

NUM2STR

NUM2STR TinyAVRLib Tinusaur

NUM2STR is a small library, part of the TinyAVRLib library, for converting numbers to text in three main formats: decimal, hexadecimal, and binary. I have been using it for several years in another library to print debugging information. The library is designed for ATtiny85 microcontrollers or similar, and the goal is to work with a …   Learn more …

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