sean.e

  • Reducing ultrabright LEDs brightness
    The monome serial protocol http://wiki.monome.org/view/SerialProtocol supports varying the intensity in something like 15 steps... Yep, so does OSC: http://monome.org/data/app/monomeserial/osc
    sean.e ·  January 2008
  • Guitarist floorboard control for LIVE!
    I'd agree on the previous comment about reconsidering how many switches you need. Take into account how large the switches will be and how much spacing you need between them for accurate presses by your foot. I did something with the 40h ki…
    sean.e ·  November 2007
  • faster crystal?
    Thanks for the prod. I ordered the olimex from Spark Fun: http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=11 and installed the avr tools: http://winavr.sourceforge.net/ http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=…
    sean.e ·  November 2007
  • MonomeSerial for Windows
    So far as I can tell winrar is not free, it is trialware. From the consumer license at http://www.win-rar.com/gtb_priv.html : Section 6 The "Try Before You Buy" Model The Customer may download the RAR Software, at no charge, from th…
    sean.e ·  November 2007
  • Assembly - soldering 40 h
    I was a complete beginner and did the 40h logic kit. I bought a soldering kit and watched a couple of intro to soldering videos on youtube and I think sparkfun. I got the logic kit put together within a day.
    sean.e ·  October 2007
  • faster crystal?
    oh well - tried not to go there... thanks Will any jtag avr programmer do?
    sean.e ·  October 2007
  • monome 40h kit project logs
    I used the logic kit to build a foot controller (using only a fraction of the 64 possible buttons). Pictures, lite progress notes, application details and app download are at: http://www.creepingfog.com/mTroll/
    sean.e ·  October 2007