How to use a digital temperature sensor (DS18B20) with a microcontroller (ATMega 8). Source code included.
My first contact with BlackBerry development: here’s an article on what you need to get started.
A tutorial including source code on how to use a 2×16 LCD (HD44780) with the ATMega8 micro controller. LCD Interface as C++ Class.
Zeemote has released mobile controller for games, this article shows how you can use it for remote desktop control!
My first microcontroller (Atmega8) experiments, tools, software, tips and photos.
Tesla Coild powered by a ZVS driven flyback
An attempt on building a TEA N2 Laser and an innovative idea for positioning the high voltage electrodes.
Here’s how I’ve built my first Tesla Coil for a few tens of thousands of volts.
My first ZVS high voltage driver. A lot of current, and a lot of hot plasma. Includes YouTube video.
UV fluorescence of uranium doped glass marbles.
A short review on the new possibilities a CF2USB card for Pocket PC can offer, including attaching an external USB Harddisk to the Mobile device.
A review on two bluetooth HID (Human input device) devices, manufactured by ITON.
The PA-BK02 bluetooth keyboard and the PA-BTM02 bluetooth mouse are some nice wireless alternatives to your current input hardware.
A few interesting laser photos showing their intense beams.
This is about lasers, a short article where I speak about a 100mW red laser that I’ve recently built. Lots of interesting photos included.
An article showing a quick way to create your personalized software keyboard for Pocket PC. Do you need a specific key? Would you like your keys to be bigger / arranged in a different order? Read this article for more.
A short article on BlueJacking, which is sending unsolicited messages remotely to Bluetooth enabled devices.
A simple way of changing the resolution of your pocket pc. You only need a registry editor!
This article is about an innovative keyboard for PocketPC’s that can help you type faster on that tiny screen.
A video presentation of a voice command recognition software.
This article shows an efficient way of controlling the speakerphone status on WM4.0/5.0/6.0. It also includes a C++ code snippet for better understanding.
Introduction The number of mobile devices manufacturers is quite big at the moment, so for the developers there are many platforms out on the market and their software must function properly on each of them. Most of the programming aspects are covered by the available APIs. General things like drawing a fancy interface or having a minimum of functionality will work without any issues on all the Windows Mobile platforms….
An article about adding extra bluetooth functionality on a gps unit running wince 5.0