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Here's a link to a simple project I just did that's more about the enclosure than the device functionality.

http://dryreading.com/physicalC/blinkbox/

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intresting... got any vids of it?

also, thats a pretty cool case round the thing, howd u make it?
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That is a very nice looking project, well done!  

I am curious to know if you tried running without the voltage step-up circuit. 3.6 volts is a fraction below the recommended voltage for running at 16mhz but I wonder if it would have worked.
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Answer to mem:

I don't have any video yet, but I should make one.  I made the case with a CNC milling machine. You design the parts on the computer and the machine cuts them out of the material.

Answer to big93:
I just assumed it wouldn't work on the lower voltage and didn't bother trying it.  I should give it a try though.

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