I'm really missing the fun of keeping the turbo spun-up, and the kick-in-the-back of a stick shift.Driving the automotive equivalent of a PS2 is dull. I call it "the milk float"I even tested a VW plug-in hybrid with a dual-clutch, flappy paddle thing, but it just wasn't the same.(that, and the fact that the 30km-range battery (whoop-de-do) took up all the space my scuba gear is supposed to live in, plus, I don't trust VW. And there was no spare wheel.)
I picked up a couple of "PIC32CM MC00 Curiosity Nano" boards ( https://www.microchipdirect.com/dev-tools/EV10N93A )It looks as though PIC32Cxxx are going to be Microchip's re-branding of ARM microcontrollers, and this board is the first out of the gate. It's a 5V, 48MHz, 128k/16k Cortex M0+ chip, more-or-less supposed to be like the "SAMC" chips, perhaps with somewhat different peripherals (and cheaper.)I've been interested in 5V ARM chips for a while now, and this one seems "most likely" to become arduino-like.
Can this one do color NTSC signal without needing external part like video generator IC?
It's got five; problem is, I keep getting confused for an Uber.(the other problem is, it's an automatic - I feel like I should have to surrender my testicles)
HAHAH! Try driving this!Manual gear box with no syncros at all. Takes fancy footwork to not grind the gears to death.-jim lee