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kalshagar - ardBlueControl

Material

  • Arduino (low power preferable)
  • Bluetooth connection :
    • Additional to Arduino
    • Directly embeded (Arduino BT)
  • Touchscreen
  • Status info led?
  • On/off switch
  • Battery pack or Lithium refillable battery

Status

2009-12-07 : skull-crossbones1.gifStill can't upload code to that f%%%%%%% board ! 12,000 JPY and just the default blink-blink-blink is very frustrating!
I ended up doing the same kind of thing in C# to pilot my pc-multimedia from my laptop Home Network Remote Control

2010-01-23 : using my Pololu uploader, I can now upload code to my card, working fine. It is a bit annoying process but it has the bonus of saving 2kB over 16, which is cool. It works like that:
  • In Arduino IDE compile and upload your code. It will not work I know BUT it will generate the .hex file in the \applet subdirectory (which is not done when doing a simple compile)
  • With the win-avr, run a command prompt
  • (make it a .bat for doing it simple) Run avrdude.exe :

avrdude -p atmega168 -P com1   -c avrispv2   -v -v  -U flash:w:sketch_090711a.hex
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