I figured it’s time for me to start up a blog, as that’s going to be the easiest way of getting my projects visible to the world… We’ll see how well it goes, eh?
At the moment I’m working on three main projects:
- Multichannel LED driver capable of 3-85 channels depending on chip/package, with up to 16-bit resolution and crazy-fast refresh rates
- “Logic helper” based on the FT4232 that acts like the inverse of the BusPirate, controlling up to 8 ports of 2-6 IO’s each, supporting common serial protocols as well as custom interfaces like AVR-ISP, etc.
- Inexpensive Ethernet module with a somewhat innovative means of developing applications
They’re all at various stages of development, and it’ll be a bit of a race to see which is “ready” first, since especially the last two depend on each other to a fair degree. Even testing of the LED chip “requires” the logic helper…
I plan on starting to post some development thoughts, pictures, and status on this blog… we’ll see if anybody cares ;-)