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Branan Riley has published a series of very informative tutorials – Exploring Rust on Teensy.
The tutorials are targeted at people who have a basic knowledge of Rust and “lightweight” embedded development experience. The first tutorial covers bootup of the processor to getting the LED to blink – with a good number of […]
Forum user Austin519 made a stylish, sound reactive LED light up coat.
The coat features 673 WS2812 LEDs driven by a Teensy 3.2, Prop Shield, and an ADMP401 MEMS microphone. It’s powered bu 2 5200mAh lipo batteries. It includes some user controls to change the pattern, sound reactivity, and overall brightness.
Tomash Ghzegovsky made a very cool DIY drum machine for the 2017 Fasma Festival
The goal of the project was to come up with something small, affordable, and buildable in just a few hours. The result was this portable, battery-powered drum machine.
While this […]
Kerry Scharfglass got this 28″ Surface Studio.
The “feels like Minority Report” touch/pen interface was less than ideal for KiCAD, so he build this one-handed keyboard macro pad.
Watching people use the Surface studio has been interesting. It seems to have some great potential, […]
Tony Brewer, forum user tonton81 developed a library for a master board to control multiple slave boards.
This library allows you to take advantage of the speed of SPI when communicating between 2 Teensys, making it much faster than ordinary serial.
The lengthy forum thread where this library was developed documents the collaborative effort […]All Blog Posts »
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