Little Wire – Minimal AVR programmer update

Posted on Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 in dev boards by DP

Ihsan made some updates to his Little Wire project.

In order to reach more people out there , i wrote a Processing library for the Little-Wire. It’s still in progress but i’m uploading an example Analog voltage plotting program screenshot that i tested.

I used mainly two sources to achive this library. Here is one.  This post tells about “how to use libusb java wrapper in processing”. Second one is the official library template / tutorial from Processing team.

Right now, library supports only Windows, but i hope i will make it work on Linux and also Macs.

Little wire is a ATtiny-based open source AVR programed that is packed full of features:

  • An AVR programer
  • Four digital GPIO pins
  • ADC with 10 bit resolution
  • Two parallel hardware PWM outputs
  • An USB interface
  • A SPI interface

Via the forum.

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