Post Tagged with: "ATtiny45"

Stitching Circuits

Stitching Circuits

on4 December 2014 / in electronics, eTextile, textiles

  Working with ATtiny45 to embroider a basic LED circuit.  

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Using Arduino as ISP

Using Arduino as ISP

on25 June 2013 / in hardwear, tutorial

HOW TO USE ARDUINO UNO TO PROGRAM ATTINY45 Download Arduino 1.0.1 from Arduino (scroll to ‘previous IDE versions’) Install in Applications Folder Download ATtiny hardware folder from damellis github page Open page > click on ZIP button > open downloads folder > open ‘attiny master’ folder Install ‘attiny’ folder on your computer in Documents > Arduino > hardware   STEP ONE […]

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On my workbench

On my workbench

on23 April 2013 / in eTextile

The work bench is a pile of felt, wool roving, ATtiny45, Arduino Unos, LEDs, Maxbotix Range Finders, computers and conductive thread while… outside …………….it ……………………..continues ……………………………………………..to snow.

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eTextile Lighthouse

eTextile Lighthouse

on2 April 2013 / in eTextile, workshop

Lolwa Hassan Jamal made an eTextile lighthouse from conductive thread, ATtiny45 and a craft tech pressure sensor of conductive fabric and velostat. AWESOME! view on youtube By pressing on the light house door the user activates the LEDs to flicker. She made this three days after being introduced to an LED and 3V battery. I am so impressed!! I can’t […]

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today on my workbench

today on my workbench

on29 March 2013 / in studio

Arduino Uno breadboard ATtiny45 Uno as ISP cheat sheet logitech c910 camera safety goggles soldering iron tape dispenser CR 2032 batteries tutu ATtiny 45’s power source tape dispenser money from Qatar magnifying glasses drawdio cocktail umbrella scissors pliers jumper cables For Rainy ATtiny 45 to Arduino Uno

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Tasmeem – Day 5

Tasmeem – Day 5

on14 March 2013 / in workshop

On our last day we sprinted to the finish line completing our projects, setting up the final display wall and cleaning up the library. LED Hat by ____________________   Paper Corset with LEDs by _____   Hisham completed his handweaving with conductive thread and 10mm LEDs.   ______ lent her talented hands for the detail work.   The Ladies created […]

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Tasmeem – Day 4

Tasmeem – Day 4

on13 March 2013 / in workshop

By Day 4 we were all in the creative spirit with our own projects, sharing our new techniques with each other and teaching the interested bystander on how to use conductive thread to make a basic LED circuit.  See one. Do one. Teach one. The M2’s made a glowing pillow!   While Hisham worked on needle felting and integrating Maxbotix’s […]

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Tasmeem – Day 3

Tasmeem – Day 3

on12 March 2013 / in workshop

By Day 3 the eTextile and paper computing participants were well on their way to creating their own projects.  In the morning I introduced the entire group to the ATtiny45 micro-controllers as a ways to activate the LEDs to blink and fade.  While some chose to stick with basic LED circuits with textile or paper embellishments at least half the group […]

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ATtiny45 – Arduino as ISP

ATtiny45 – Arduino as ISP

on16 February 2013 / in hardwear

Ying Yang After a day of textiles I am programing ATtiny45’s to use at the Tasmeem workshop in March. ATtiny45’s can be easily programed using your arduino. Just follow the tutorial at MIT Media’s High-Low Tech Lab. Data sheet found from Atmel. You can purchase 100 for $63 USD at digiKey

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Microcontrollers – ATtiny45’s

Microcontrollers – ATtiny45’s

on7 February 2013 / in hardwear

ATtiny45’s can be easily programed using your arduino. Just follow the tutorial at MIT Media’s High-Low Tech Lab. Data sheet found from Atmel. I use these for classes and my own projects because they are: inexpensive, 100 for $63 USD at digiKey small and easy to modify enough memory for basic programs, 4KB works with eTextiles and paper computing   […]

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Studio Organization

Studio Organization

on4 February 2013 / in studio

I am beginning to be able to find supplies. Sewing thread, ribbons, ATtiny, mold casting, knitting, wool, weaving, film, LEDs, cables and zippers all in their place. For now.

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My Workbench 29 January 2013

My Workbench 29 January 2013

on29 January 2013 / in studio

coffee with heavy cream and brown sugar pin cushion, 1mm pliers tweezers LEDs RFID 1TB external hard drive of images sewing needles notebook silver pen yarn and beads Programing Raspberry Pi book magnify glass ATtiny45 thumbdrives security keys beige thread wire cutters pens drafting pencil jumper cables

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Prototyping

Prototyping

on16 January 2013 / in hardwear

A year ago, way back in March 2012, I was testing a circuit using Arduino to program aan ATtiny45 for a dress inspired by Star Trek. Y’all remember the 3rd season “Is There in Truth no Beauty?” episode yes? I had the circuit working and wrote the program down someplace safe because I would need to replicate it for sample […]

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