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Digispark

The Digispark is an Attiny85 based microcontroller development board similar to the Arduino line, only cheaper, smaller, and a bit less powerful. With a whole host of shields to extend its functionality and the ability to use the familiar Arduino IDE the Digispark is a great way to jump into electronics, or perfect for when an Arduino is too big or too much.

I2C Blynk Car With Attiny85 and M5StickC

“This project shows you how to build your own I2C DC motor drive using a DigiSpark Attiny85 plus Arduino motor shield. To test its operation, I made a small RC car which used an M5StickC & connected to Blynk App. to …

Handheld Thermocouple Thermometer

“Handheld thermometer for measuring high temperatures. Since I’m a pizza lover and I got a wood oven, I built this thermometer for checking internal oven temperature and compare the reading with the analogue one mounted on the oven This …

ATtiny85 - Spectrum Analyzer on RGB Led Matrix 16x20

“Continuing with ATtiny85, today I’d like to share how to build a music spectrum analyzer on 16x20 RGB led matrix. The music signal FFT transformation and LED Bit Angle Modulation are all carried out by one DigiSpark ATtiny85. Main …

Phone Thermometer Using Digispark Attiny85

“In this tutorial, we are going to build a simple OTG Phone Thermometer using Digispark ATtiny85 that can connect to our mobile phone via an OTG adaptor and read the real-time temperature of anything and display it on the serial …

Attiny85 Simultaneously Using I2C And Spi Protocols

“The Attiny85 does not support specific hardware for SPI and I2C comunications as on ATmega series, instead there is a hardware module called UNIVERSAL SERIAL INTERFACE (USI) that can be only configured to perform SPI or I2C. In this small …

Tiny USB Joystick

“This instuctables show how to make a very simple tiny USB joystick. This instructables is related to Hall Effect USB Joystick for providing a low cost solution.”

Boat Ventilator Control

“Controlling a fan in my boat on the cheap; with an ATTiny85 (DigiSpark) and a DHT11 temperature and humidity sensor A Small controller based on a Digispark ATTiny controller I had on my shelf and a spare DHT11 combined temperature …

Reducing Sleep Current in ATTiny Digispark

“The ATTiny85 is a nice cheap micro-controller useful for standalone applications with a small amount of I/O and not needing connectivity like wifi. A convenient way of using these is with the Digispark type modules as they incorporate a …

3D Printer Clog Detector

“I designed this small device to be able to alert me in the unfortunate event the nozzle clogs. It does so by monitoring the flow of the filament This small device allows you to detect if the nozzle of your …

OpenDispenser

“I was asked to make a set of automatic hand-sanitizer dispensers (on a short-time notice, of course) for Barcamp Yangon 2020 Event. Amid Corona/COVID-19 virus outbreak events, event organizers took public health protection in consideration and planned to …