Holiday tunes from Attiny13 and SPI Flash

Posted on Tuesday, December 30th, 2014 in AVR, hacks, Holiday by the machinegeek

SPI musicplayer
In clearing up the year-end mail, we noted this from Vinod sharing one of his recent hobby projects. “This is a holiday hardware hack creating WAV music player using a 512KB SPI Flash he cobbled from a damaged digital camera and the Attiny13 MCU. I implemented UART for song updating…. It is a hack with multiple bitbanging and multiplexing. Please have a look at the project link.

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One Response to “Holiday tunes from Attiny13 and SPI Flash”

  1. Smith says:

    Cool hack..

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