Epaper and a F2013 make a Good Desk Calendar

Epaper and a F2013 make a Good Desk Calendar

Greeeg shares his low power Epaper project in the Forum.  The Epaper display is a good choice here as it retains an image even when power is removed. Buildr.org explains how this works: The E-paper actually does this by drawing the image by flipping over tiny balls in...

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Dongle Swaps Serial Lines on the Launchpad

Dongle Swaps Serial Lines on the Launchpad

Rockets4Kids shares his simple hack to swap the serial lines on the Launchpad when a 20 pin MSP430G2553 controller is used. For the G2211 and the G2231, any pin can be configured to the respective serial lines, as the serial code bitbangs the selected pins. However in...

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Breadboard Surface Mount Parts

Breadboard Surface Mount Parts

pppd dislikes using through hole parts on his breadboards. He came up with a way to use them on a breadboard by using pin headers. He shares his hack in the Dangerous Prototypes' "Door Lock Reminder" thread. Also, I’m probably not the first one to do it this way… but...

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Launchpad Controls a Bi-Pedal Walker

Launchpad Controls a Bi-Pedal Walker

Eric owns a Lynxmotion BRAT Jr, a low cost high quality entry level walking robot. The robot comes equipped with four servos. The robot can be controlled by issuing commands to the Launchpad serially via USB. His next step involves interfacing a Pololu 3D compass and...

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Launchpad Drives a Bi-Color LED Matrix Display

Launchpad Drives a Bi-Color LED Matrix Display

Geko recently got his hands on a Sure Electronics Bi-Color LED Matrix Display. This model(DE-DP14112) gives him the ability to have three colors - Red, Green and Orange( a combination of Red and Green). Since people have been controlling these displays with an AVR and...

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EEPROM and RTC Booster Pack

EEPROM and RTC Booster Pack

Voodoobot from LetsMakeRobots built a Booster Pack for his Launchpad containing a 32Kbit EEPROM and an RTC. He does not specify which RTC, nor there are any eagle files on his page, but the code for the EEPROM via spi should be helpful to some one. He's hosted his...

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Precision 12 MHz clock for the Launchpad

Precision 12 MHz clock for the Launchpad

This is one neat hack posted by oPossum. He was in need for a 12Mhz precision clock for his CIR project. Although the G series specification sheet says that an external clock cannot be applied, NatureTM and Rickta59 were able to demonstrate it. With the knowledge that...

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