One Chip Arduino

This is “One Chip Arduino”.
The circuit of LilyPad arduino is mounted on the DIP of ATmega88/168.
Using internal clock 8MHz.

more information
http://www.geocities.jp/arduino_diecimila/obaka/project-2/index_en.html

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25 thoughts on “One Chip Arduino

  1. @ …
    @Dragonaushproduction you do realize that they cost more than that for just parts, right?

  2. OMG! make like 2 of …
    OMG! make like 2 of em ill pay $10 (US) each I’d prefer rev 1.0 Evolved cause 2.0 looks ugly. no offense. or can u send schematics and I’ll build my own

  3. OMG! make like 2 of …
    OMG! make like 2 of em ill pay $10 (US) each I’d prefer rev 1.0 Evolved cause 2.0 looks ugly. no offense.

  4. @xXGorbatschowXx …
    @xXGorbatschowXx lmao learn to spell before you become billy bad about something you dont even know what your talkin about… go ahead an reply, i dont give a what your gonna say, i doubt you top your last comment

  5. one day this will …
    one day this will be a manditory size… very sexy piece of tech.. =)

  6. a seriell arduin? …
    a seriell arduin? how gay is that? to work with a paralell port is easier than with a seriell!

  7. Hehe very nice chip …
    Hehe very nice chip. Seems like a good little compact package. Might need to build myself one soon.

  8. nice, but …
    nice, but unfortunately, yahoo deleted geocities 🙁

    at least theres google sites.

  9. where’s the input …
    where’s the input and output pins????? My first instinct is that you’d have problems with the atmega heating up and damaging other components.. but none of those components would really get damaged by heat! good job!

  10. It’s a micro …
    It’s a micro controller, you can program it to do stuff like control servo’s for robots.
    Personally i prefer the basic Atom pro though.

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