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IPic – A Match Head Sized Web-Server

Ipic The single chip computer on the site runs the iPic web-server, the world’s tiniest implementation of a TCP/IP stack and a HTTP web-server. The chip is a complete micro-computer, and it includes all components of a complete computer on a single tiny micro-chip (this includes the CPU (central processing unit), memory, serial port interface circuitry, and clock oscillator). Link.

4 thoughts on “IPic – A Match Head Sized Web-Server

  1. LAME says:

    Too bad it requires some sort of network interface chip to actually server up web pages ( has the smallest web server that doesn’t require extra parts). Also, there’s a smaller one that someone implemented using an AVR: and

  2. TimBo says:

    Cool little devil. I liked the AVR version even better. Thanks LAME!

    Does anyone know of a webcam with built in ethernet stack and apache so the cam will plug into the LAN and be accessible over http?

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