#lcd #timer 60 minutes #microcontroller #pic32 needs additional wiring work basically put together in the evening new scaled down pic32 quite low cost this task could be done with a more basic chip for sure doesn’t need rtc module but these have integrated backup battery and are low cost

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#lcd #timer 60 minutes #microcontroller #pic32 needs additional wiring work basically put together in the evening new scaled down pic32 quite low cost this task could be done with a more basic chip for sure  doesn't need rtc module but these have integrated backup battery and are low cost

#lcd #timer 60 minutes #microcontroller #pic32 needs additional wiring work basically put together in the evening new scaled down pic32 quite low cost this task could be done with a more basic chip for sure doesn’t need rtc module but these have integrated backup battery and are low cost

Nintendo Gamecube controller

New controller arrived yesterday. The flat Wii controller did not work at all. Or maybe the control program was not good enough. I wrote it in C language initially. However, the timing is in the microsecond range. There are 1uS pulses! This only leaves 8 instructions (at 32 MHz). I made another circuit to get this controller working. It is … Continue reading

LCD computer

I have one 1.8″ color TFT circuit working now. Recently I connected Nintendo Gamecube control pad. Today I actually connected the 3 wires! I want to test scrolling capabilities. A circuit for larger 2.4″ display is currently under construction. It has 512 K RAM, and a large controller chip. The old prototype is also shown, based on a small 44 … Continue reading