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== About ==
 
== About ==
  
The project started out as [[Benutzer:powertomato|powertomato]] wanted a small ISP board that he could build from components available in metalabs [[Baulteilsortiment]] as the programmers tend to get lost.
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The project started out as [[Benutzer:powertomato|powertomato]] wanted a small ISP board that he could build from components available in metalabs own [[Bauteilsortiment]] as the programmers tend to get lost.
  
 
From there we had 2 iterations of designs and ideas and together with [[Benutzer:Overflo|overflo]], [[Benutzer:Clifford|clifford]] designed the version 0.9 of the PCB.
 
From there we had 2 iterations of designs and ideas and together with [[Benutzer:Overflo|overflo]], [[Benutzer:Clifford|clifford]] designed the version 0.9 of the PCB.
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== Links ==
 
== Links ==
  
[http://hackerpaceshop.com/vusbmicro/]
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[http://hackerpaceshop.com/vusbmicro/ hackerspaceshop instructions]
[https://github.com/hackerspaceshop/vusbmicro/]
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[https://github.com/hackerspaceshop/vusbmicro/ git sourcecode]
  
  

Version vom 27. Juni 2012, 22:15 Uhr

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Hardware

The vusbmicro is a tiny vusb platform that features

  • a prototyping area
  • an ICSP connector
  • two metalab logos (one hidden under the IC)
  • a hole so you can hang it around your neck
  • a QRcode with a link to the instructions

Software

The device features an ATTINY45/85 IC and runs a firmware built around cs's virtual usb library.

It can be used as an ISP for AVR or alternatively as a keyboard device or anythong else you can implement with vusb.

So far we have firmwares ready for ISP and a prankster device called TrustMe that periodically sends a Capslock to the host once connected.


About

The project started out as powertomato wanted a small ISP board that he could build from components available in metalabs own Bauteilsortiment as the programmers tend to get lost.

From there we had 2 iterations of designs and ideas and together with overflo, clifford designed the version 0.9 of the PCB.

Links

hackerspaceshop instructions git sourcecode



board design
schematic