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fungus

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shelleycat

How do you shrink it down to the normal size?
Also, could you shrink one even smaller to a complete arduino about the size of a thumbnail?

fungus


Also, could you shrink one even smaller to a complete arduino about the size of a thumbnail?


A working one?

I guess you could hide a surface mount ATmega somewhere and solder some legs on surface mount LEDs to make miniatures. The header strips and stuff would be tricky though.
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CrossRoads

You can get smaller spacing header strips - I am using 1.5mm JST connectors on a board, and I think they have even smaller ones.
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MarkT

Lovely.
Maybe some lego figures at the controls would be cool?
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