Desktop disaster of the day2010/08/27
Here’s a shot of my desk from yesterday:
The red boards on the right are SparkFun FT232RL adapters. Bottom right is a Teensy++. The two long boards are my ATxmega256A3 adapter boards. The red and blue square boards are SparkFun nrf24l01+ radio boards. Hanging mid-air is my ATxmega32A4 + nrf24l01+ board, with its debug lines soldered to jumpers that hold it midair. Below the protoboard is a nrf24l01+ board designed to mount to a Teensy, for USB bridging. Just above the USB key on the left is an edge view of SparkFun’s nrf24LU1 board that’s intended to supercede the Teensy-based unit. The little round board at the bottom is a compass-based servo board for a borehole geophone. To the left above the red Sharpie is the latest version of my ACAM GP2 development board, used for ~50ps resolution time-of-flight measurements. Its predecessor is the square board just above the protoboard. On the extreme left edge you can see the round 2-board stackup of the 3rd revision of my main project, and the little Bluetooth debug adapter just below that. Misc cables, programmers, hubs, tools, etc. are scattered everywhere else.