Continuing with XBM images and animations on the Nokia 5110 / 3310 LCD, this time going more into the code itself and looking into optimization possibilities for the original example.
Display images and simple animations on a low-cost Nokia 5110 / 3310 LCD by generating raw display memory data straight from XBM files with a little help from gcc and Bash.
An abstract tale about the creation of a BLE example system to set the brightness of a LED and receive information about a button.
A simple, no fuzz ISP connector board for ATmega48/88/168/328 microcontrollers in DIP28 packages. Works both standalone and with a breadboard, just attach a programmer with 10pin header, such as the USBasp, and off you go.
Build a wooden shot glass tray, add a couple of RGB LEDs, a button and a microcontroller and you will have a nice mood light for the next party. Throw in some extra code and you end up with a drinking game as easy and effective as Heads or Tails.