- USB ( plug it to any computer)
- Ethernet ( plug it to the internet)
- SD card ( save and read all data you will need)
A video showing the project:
Just to give a head start see some of the things i have done so far with this board:
- An Touch keyboard, usable as a standard USB keyboard.
- A Video Game ( pong and snake games) , with TV output, and connection to a PC Keyboard ( the old PS/2 ) for control.
- Picture frame, reads pictures form the SD card and show them on the TV.
- Controling a 5 volt LCD and some leds, with just 3 wires ( the MCU is 3.3V)
- Web server, where you can see some status of the board as temperature, the position of a Pot and a Button, control some leds and the LCD ( all this from the internet)
- the right side of a soldering iron
- program in c ( just the basics)
- programing PICs in assembler ( I've been stuck here for a long time, but it isn't needed)
- how to make a PCB
- a little bit electronics
web-server-on-a-business-card-part-2 ( thank you HACKADAY)The idea of controlling something trought the internet was really nice, so i bought the chip. But when i was delivered classes started. One Year later, i started to read a promising book:
I was the 24F, i started right away. Breadboard, wire-mess, and the first programs were running. But as i advanced in the book i felt the need for a PCB. Hackaday project was my base, but i wanted i little bit more. An USB connector, and some pins fore expansions.The WEBSD board was born.
After I developed some extra boards to plug. If i want to do a new thing with the board, just design a simple expansion board.
Follow the next pages to see more about the project. Project files are annexed on this page.