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USB business card

Posted on Friday, August 17th, 2012 in hacks, USB by the machinegeek


Brian Carrigan informs us that he recently finished work on his USB business card project.

“This business card plugs into a USB port of a computer and enumerates itself as a USB Mass Storage Class (a thumbdrive) which contains my resume and the source code for itself. This build is based off of the LPC1343 chip by NXP which has the MSC driver built into ROM.” He also uses an Atmel AT45DB series FLASH chip as a storage device.

Brian has complete details on this project, including the board and firmware files on his GraphicsAndWords website.

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