A long time ago, I designed my own board using an ATTiny85, a 74HC595, two buttons and 14 LEDs to create a simple board with 2 6-sided dice. Pressing a button would roll one of the dice. It was fun, but I forgot about that project until I decided to redo it again. And this… Continue reading Two dice with an ATTiny13
I like Shapeways since you can upload your own 3D designs and end up with a 3D printed model. This allows me to e.g. create custom boxes for small hardware experiments. These boxes are combined with my Poser models and will thus result in very interesting designs. But like everything with 3D, you will have to… Continue reading Four models on Shapeways (NSFW)
I recently started with the Arduino hardware and decided that I needed to create something electronic to command from this specific hardware. Since I am a software geek, I immediately came up with the idea to visualize a byte by using 8 LEDs. I also wanted a simple switch in the design so I could give… Continue reading Just a Byte…
As you might know, I’m a software engineer. Senior, even. Creating software isn’t just my daily work, it’s also my most favorite hobby, and I invest a lot in my own personal knowledge. I’ve been using a legal Delphi version since 1995 when Delphi 1 was marketed. Before that, I owned a Borland Pascal 7… Continue reading The Arduino and the Raspberry Pi.