SkinnySatan writes: I had this one project where the device was supposed to speak out the output. And I was too Lazy to actually go and build a PC based application and not that lazy to make it on a micro controller. So here is some of my research where i am gonna show you […]
Chris Holden of NerdClub shares his tips on how he successfully program an ATMega128: Finally got an ATMega128 chip coded and programmed successfully. The great news is it doesn’t require Arduino. The even better news is, we can use Oshonsoft to write the code! Yay.
If you want more memory on an Atmega128 project, Scienceprog has a project for expanding the 4 kb internal memory up to 64kb using a 74HC573 to interface a standard memory chip. Via Hack a Day