Feather M0

At the Feather M0's heart is an ATSAMD21G18 ARM Cortex M0 processor, clocked at 48 MHz and at 3.3V logic, the same one used in the new Arduino Zero. This chip has a whopping 256K of FLASH (8x more than the Atmega328 or 32u4) and 32K of RAM (16x as much)! This chip comes with built in USB so it has USB-to-Serial program & debug capability built in with no need for an FTDI-like chip.

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Mirroring Robot Movements with Packet Radios

“Use a couple of packet radio boards to mirror one robot’s movements in the other one from up to 500m away. Swarm Robots The idea of having a large number of robots doing tasks in unison is nothing new …

Send Secret Messages from 500m Away with Packet Radios

“Use a pair of packet radios to draw and then send pictures between the two devices without WiFi or Bluetooth. The Idea Reliance on certain wireless networks/protocols can add significant costs to a project, as well as limit how …

EPA UV Index Feed / IOT

“This little device pulls your local UV index from EPA and display the UV level in 5 different colors and also displays details on the OLED. UV 1-2 is Green, 3-5 is Yellow, 6-7 is Orange, 8-10 is Red, 11 …

LoRa Mesh Radio

“This is a fairly simple add-on for mobile phones to enable SMS-like messaging in a group when outside cell coverage, or in disaster scenarios. It utilises Semtech LoRa radios, for low-power/long-range communications. There are a lot of hardware …

Backyard Weather Station with Packet Radios

“Use two 915MHz radios to send/receive current environmental information and display it in real-time up to 350 meters away! Environmental Monitoring It’s almost gardening season, which means monitoring your plant beds for adequate sunlight, warmth, and pesky critters …

Build a DMX FeatherWing to Control Lights with a Feather M0

“This project uses an Adafruit Feather M0 Basic Proto board to control a group of Color Kinetics or other RGB light fixtures using the DMX-512 protocol. We’ll build a DMX-512 interface FeatherWing then connect it to the …

Project  OpenCTD

OpenCTD

“A low-cost, open-source instrument for measuring salinity, temperature, and depth in the ocean. The ocean is not uniform, it its filled with swirling eddies, temperature boundaries, layers of high and low salinity, changing densities, and other physical characteristics invisible to …

Christmas Ornament That 3D Prints Christmas Ornaments

“Every year I try to one up myself on how crazy of a Christmas ornament I can create. Last year it was a Christmas ornament that could play 90s christmas commercials. This year I had a crazy idea, what if …

Holiday Icicle Lights with Flair

“I adore most anything with LEDs, but found those store-bought icicle or meteor lights a bit lacking. Nature rarely moves in straight lines and perfect intervals! In this project we’ll make our own, applying some basic physics for an …

Voltage and Current Logger

“A low cost way to log voltage and current for wearable/IoT devices I needed a low cost way to measure current requirements and battery drain over time (for one of my wearable projects). I have a TON of Adafruit …