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 workshops:arduino_to_the_next_level:going_tiny [2017-04-11 11:35]Simon workshops:arduino_to_the_next_level:going_tiny [2017-04-11 11:35] (current)Simon Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2017-04-11 11:35 Simon 2017-04-11 11:35 Simon 2017-04-11 09:56 tim [Using Arduino on a smaller Microcontroller] 2017-04-05 12:42 external edit 2017-04-11 11:35 Simon 2017-04-11 11:35 Simon 2017-04-11 09:56 tim [Using Arduino on a smaller Microcontroller] 2017-04-05 12:42 external edit Line 11: Line 11: You can program this chip using your Arduino. Instructions are provided [[http://​highlowtech.org/?​p=1695|here]] and you need to follow the sections relevant to using Arduino (as ISP) to an ATtiny. You can program this chip using your Arduino. Instructions are provided [[http://​highlowtech.org/?​p=1695|here]] and you need to follow the sections relevant to using Arduino (as ISP) to an ATtiny. - | {{workshops:​challenge_yourself.jpg?​200x0}}| **Easier** \\ **\\ (1)** Flash an LED on/off once a second using just your ATtiny.\\ \\ **Intermediate** \\ **\\ (2)** Adjust the speed of flashing by using a potentiometer (ask a helper for one if you don't have one from a previous workshop kit.) | + | {{workshops:​challenge_yourself.jpg?​200x0}}| **Easier** \\ **(1)** Flash an LED on/off once a second using just your ATtiny.\\ \\ **Intermediate** \\ **(2)** Adjust the speed of flashing by using a potentiometer (ask a helper for one if you don't have one from a previous workshop kit.) |