That's too bad there is not practical public transportation for
an evening commute.
The meeting was good. One member brought in a self-balancing robot
that was PIC based. He used the controller from his fire-fighting robot
to quickly prototype a new machine.
We brain-stormed the projects other people were working on.
Here are some links that I posted after the meeting. Most of
the links are to things that I discussed with various members.
George's new surplus find in NH -- http://www.bytefixx.com/
Getting Started with Arduino -- http://www.arduino.cc/en/Booklet/HomePage
My favorite C manual --
C: A Reference Manual
by Samuel P. Harbison, Guy L. Steele
Prentice Hall; ISBN: 0133262243
The original C manual --
The C Programming Language
by Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie
NB2AS -- '644P with uSD, RTC, DAC (2ch/12bit), USB
PICO1TRC -- '328P, Adj Reg., RTC, prototyping area
PICO1TR -- '328P, Adj Reg. Arduino bootloader.http://wiblocks.luciani.org/PICO/PICO1TR-index.html
v-scored panels ---http://wiblocks.luciani.org/PICO/PICO1TR-PANEL-index.html
PICO1TR-LED-L-KIT 8x8 LED Matrix for the PICO
8x8 charlie-plexed LED matrix and 64 LEDshttp://wiblocks.luciani.org/PICO/PICO1TR-LED-L-index.html
Using the uSD card on the NB2AShttp://tinyurl.com/2gyxajk
Interfacing a hall-effect sensor to the PICO1TRC using
Using the PICO1TRC RTC to generate interruptshttp://tinyurl.com/27bqwt9
Drill templates to create wooden cases for the PICO1TR-LED-Lhttp://tinyurl.com/28y7b3k
Software for creating LED animations on the PICO1TR-LED-Lhttp://tinyurl.com/3al6vwh
Creating a numerically controlled oscillator with the NB1Ahttp://tinyurl.com/2wddu2w
Frequently Asked Questions (and answers)http://tinyurl.com/y3o5etj