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Bakisha
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Hi. I guess i could write word or two here.
My hobby is just basic electronics, building useless stuff just for fun. I am not programmer, but i learned to do stuff in Arduino IDE just by googling (a lot).
By the time i switched from Arduino UNO to Blue Pill, old stm32duino site went down, so i finally opened account when it get reopened. I won't be posting much, i'm just lurking for information and small tips and tricks. Most of the time i'll spend googling around, looking new ideas that is easy to make and easy to program.
As i said, i love making useless things , but two projects that i made turned out above my expectation:

- Since i love LED cubes (and i made more then few), to be able to write animations, i made library (actually, not made, rather enhance existing one) that can be used with arduino, STM32F103c8 on roger's core, STM32F1/F4 on official stm32duino core (HAL), and ESP8266 (still in testing stage)

- Retro chiptune audio player, SID chip emulator (sound chip from commodore64), combined with "fake6502" CPU emulator that i found on internet, to be able to play 57000+ chiptunes (loaded from SD CARD), for both roger's and stm32duino cores.

Source code, for Arduino IDE, is at:

https://github.com/Bakisha

Code is, ehm, peek of my abilities, i am sorry in advance :-)

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Bakisha wrote:
Sat Apr 25, 2020 9:47 am
Hi. I guess i could write word or two here.
My hobby is just basic electronics, building useless stuff just for fun. I am not programmer, but i learned to do stuff in Arduino IDE just by googling (a lot).
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Source code, for Arduino IDE, is at:

https://github.com/Bakisha

Code is, ehm, peek of my abilities, i am sorry in advance :-)
Welcome!

Arduino lends usefulness to novices as well as experts.
Back in the old forum, I wrote: https://stm32duinoforum.com/forum/viewt ... _3111.html and much of that may still be useful.

As for you code archive, good job. I expose my laundry here: https://www.hackster.io/rayburne/projects

Ray

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mrburnette wrote:
Sat Apr 25, 2020 11:39 am
I expose my laundry here: https://www.hackster.io/rayburne/projects

Ray
Thank you, added to favorites. Might as well register there too.

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