TriEmbed is an informal Triangle, NC area group of people sharing interests in embedded computing with special focus on hobby-oriented single board computer systems such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Ti Launchpads and their cousins. This group was formerly "trianglearduino", communicating via the googlegroup of that name and meeting at TechShop and SplatSpace. We have a new name with a permanent domain, a new email list and one new meeting place as described below.
The talk will describe how USB is put together and how to talk to USB data acquisition boards. There will be a demo of how to generate a 0-1000 Hz sine wave as well as a PWM motor contoller using the Measurement Computing USB-1608G and Raspberry Pi . All example code can be found at ftp://lx10.tx.ncsu.edu/pub/Linux/drivers.
Dr. Warren Jasper is a professor of Textile Engineering at North Carolina State University and writes Linux device drivers. His other interests are in Six Sigma, color engineering, and nanoparticle filtration.
See below for meeting details
There are two regular monthly meetings: one each at NCSU and SplatSpace.
Every 2nd Monday (March 10th is next), 7-9pm.
Room 1021 of Engineering Bldg II
The building and room is subject to change. These meetings will initially be led by Paul MacDougal and Pete Soper, with an NCSU representative. There is specific support for beginners at each of these meetings. Bring your projects, but keep food and beverages in the lobby/snack area of the building. Under 18s need a parent or guardian.
Normally every 3rd Saturday, but NOTE: THIS MONTH ONLY March 22nd is next, 2-4pm. There is a Meetup page for this meeting.
SplatSpace, 331 West Main Street, Durham, NC
This meeting is led by Scott Hall and facilitated by other SplatSpace members. Under 18s need a parent or guardian. Follow all safety rules posted or otherwise communicated within Splat Space. The building outer doors require an electronic key, but folks will be standing by to let you in. Just call the number on the door sign (usually 919 704 4225). Parking behind the building is free on weekends. There is a Splatspace Meetup defined for this meeting.
AVR Development with Atmel Studio by Jon Wolfe, October 14, 2013 : Slides
Best local Radio Shack: Cary/Crossroads 919-851-0332