Monthly Archives: November, 2011
I recently wrote down, how to use xrandr to configure the HDMI output of the Toshiba AC100 netbook with Ubuntu.
I wrote up my learnings on how to drive a servo in a little tutorial. The tutorial describes how to drive two servos (e.g. for a pan-tilt unit) through a PWM signal on an ARM Conrtex-M3. The example firmware described uses “libopencm3” as a basis. See the video below to get a glue what the [...]
As described earlier, the IFLAT-32 could be flashed through X-Link/OpenOCD. If only flashing is intended (not debugging on chip), one could achieve this also by using the IFLATs USART.
Every year, our children at the kinder garden have the “laternen laufen” event where they go out when it starts to get dark, equipped with lanterns. And every year my wife and I ask our selfs the same question: “what lantern to give to the kids?” (the parents are supposed to handcraft the lantern anyway). [...]