maybe you can answer some of my other questions?ADC? (Analog to Digital Conversion) for accelerometers or somethingSound stuff?SD card?
The Open Saber Project (OSP) is a public collective of electronics resources, designs and ideas related to the creation of lighted sabers.
I believe the OPEN SOURCE means the API/interpreter used..gives you documentation on the function available with some samples...and you do what you want with it
her is a pic of my layout
It is a regular old PIC24F chip
but has an 'interpreter'/API over it.
you can use the API/functions it has available for you..and write your own 'program' to make the chip do whatever you want...re-usable so to speak. I dont need to flash a chip or do anything..I just change the text file/program
but from the things you have said that were to'prove' it was..just seemed to make me think it wasnt..
have to use all these 'interface shields'
I think you may be confused that Im trying to 'dog' the Arduino..or compete the two.
I was hoping to keep these on an SD card
It seems like doing this is 'hard' work?
if this is possible or even plausible
All numbers are handled as even values ranging from -32768 to 32768
or am I missing something?
I have been polite everytime..
I was then told that I can just use the Arduino to 'test' my stuff out..and then burn the code I write to an Atmel chip.. true? (and if so..does it mater what one I use?)
Yes you can program it up and move the chip to an other circuit board. However, you don't even have to be that complex just build it into your project and add a header and program it in situe.
The things I asked about..that I cant seem to get straight answered with out attitude is:can I use an Arduino starter kit to test code.and then just burn/flash what Ive done to a chip..and use it as the 'brain' in my overall/big picture layout/project?