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Dale Wheat has been messing about with kits, making a tiny collection of AVR based blinky kits. They may be the most inexpensive kits in the Maker Shed, but these kits have lots of features programmed into them. Most of the ones he shows here use programmable chips, so if you don’t like the programs that they come bundled with, you can rewrite them and make your own. Come on down to Maker Faire this Sunday and continue the fun.

Chris Connors

Chris Connors

Making things is the best way to learn about our world.

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  1. StefanJ on said:

    I bought a couple of these this morning! Dale offered to help me build them there, but I’d probably ruin his soldering irons in the process.

    After I brush up on my skills I have evil plans involving some blinkies, a cheap robot dog, and a plastic Borg head.

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