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'[PIC:] Web site of PIC tools and projects updated'
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Ted Rossin says: I uploaded my latest PIC projects to my web page at:
Those are nice projects! I have a few questions / suggestions:
1. Why not host at piclist.com? Or can I have permission to mirror them at piclist.com?
2. Why not do a board layout of that Lego robot controller or terminal and enter it in the http://www.PICList.com/PCBContest and win a panel of them for you and your friends? You can publish the board for others and get a nice set for yourself.
3. Has anyone thought about doing a tiny PIC (12Cxxx) version of a lego brick with two input photodiodes on corners and one LED output center of other side? Power from an inductive coupling under a lego panel. They could be programmed to emulate AND, OR, NAND, NOR, INVERT, etc... You could work up a "pushbutton" that just covers or uncovers the photodiodes as manual inputs. The LED can be visable for output. If it is popular, follow with a line of lego I/O versions with H bridge outputs or IR remote inputs or whatever.
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Wouter van Ooijen
> Those are nice projects! I have a few questions / suggestions:
and click yourself into the pic webring!
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