Surface Mount Reflow Soldering (process steps lightning talk, photos only), by Pete Soper, June 10, 2019.
Microbe-Powered Remote Sensing Update (bug nutrition lightning talk, photos only), by Pete Soper, June 10, 2019.
Microbe-Powered Remote Sensing, by Pete Soper, February 11, 2019. slides
A Non-preemptive multitasking library for Arduino, by Pete Soper, March 14, 2018. slides
AVR Flash Memory Notes Part One, by Pete Soper, February 12, 2018. Slides
LTSpice Use Case, by Carl Nobile, October 9, 2017. GitHub repository here.
Apple HomeKit Light using a Raspberry Pi and ESP8266, by Ben Goldberg, September 11, 2017. Slides , Accessory File Code ,ESP8266 Sketch
Leg Movement Logging Via Accelerometer using European Data Format, by Alex Davis, September 11, 2017. GitHub repository.
To Blink Or Not To Blink, by Paul MacDougal, December 12, 2016. Slides
Southeastcon 2017 Robot Contest Arena PCBs by Pete Soper, December 5, 2016 (presented to IEEE/Robotics and Automation) Slides and Gallery
Project Based Parts Management Service, by Carl Nobile, October 10, 2016. Project Page.
Remote Environmental Monitoring Using HopeRF RFM69HW and Arduino, by Alex Davis, September 12th, 2016. Project Page.
Hardware/Software Quick Look at the Tekpower TP9605BT Handheld DMM with USB/Bluetooth, by Pete Soper, September 12th, 2016. Project Page.
Raspberry Pi Traffic Light Project Retrospective, by Brian Grawberg, August 8, 2016. Magpi article. Project page.
Intro to the Amazon Dash Button (PDF) , by Pete Soper, August 8, 2016. Dash/AWS IoT Button Cheat Sheet
Arduino Memory Management, by Paul MacDougal, July 11, 2016
Bicycle Lighting System Project Overview (PDF), by Rob Henry, May 9, 2016.
Photos from TriEmbed and related organizations participating at the April, 2016 Raleigh Amateur Radio Society (“RARS”) Ham Fest. Collection one by Brian Grawburg. Collection two by Pete Soper.
Communication between Arduino and Raspberry Pi, by Paul MacDougal. Slides Video part 1 Video part 2. Retro Raspberry Pi MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) vector graphics system, by Alex Davis. Video part 1 Video part 2. January 11, 2016
Alternatives to the Arduino IDE, December 14, 2015. On Linux, by Pete Soper Slides Video. On Windows, by Jon Wolfe Slides Part 1 Video Part 2 Video.
Introduction to Ohm’s Law, passive components and their behavior in DC and AC circuits by Kevin Schlif, September 14, 2015. Slides Video
Embedded Dev Transistor Tips by Shane Trent, August 10, 2015. Slides Video Part 1 Video Part 2
Arduino Control Center by Chip Mclelland, August 10, 2015. Details at Hackster.io Video Part 1 Video Part 2
Open demos and discussion, including Paul MacDougal’s “dot matrix display with colored water” project for geekSPARK. August 10, 2015. Video
Manical Labs AllPixel Project Update by Adam Haile and Dan Terns, July 13, 2015. slides
Lessons Learned in an Embedded Systems Course. Overview of edX UT/Austin Embedded Development Course by Craig Cook, June 8, 2015. Slides Video part 1 part 2
CRAIG IS INTERVIEWED ON EMBEDDED.FM (podcast)
Introduction to the Chariot IOT Mesh Network Arduino Shield, featuring a CoAP/UDP/6LoWPAN/802.15.4 stack, by Michael Wayne of Qualia Networks, April 13, 2015. video
Adding Solar Power to the Trail Activity Counter by Chip McClelland, April 13, 2015. video
USB pocket oscilloscopes, “how to get started with this hobby” discussions, April 13, 2015. video
The Snap Power Sun Rays Guidelight intro by Paul MacDougal, March 9, 2015. video
OSH Park PCB Fab discussion, March 9, 2015. video
Brief discussion of alternative PCB vendors, focusing on Elecrow. March 9, 2015. video
Round table of meeting attendees, March 9, 2015. video
General discussion in last part of meeting, March 9, 2015. video
The solution to the system uptime problem
Teaching Microcontroller Programming Inexpensively by Alan Smith, February 9, 2015: video. Alan’s Book web site is here, but a physical book is cheaper from Amazon here than from Kinkos.
Extending Blocklyduino for Graphically Programming Microcontrollers, by Jon Wolfe, February 9, 2015. video.
Robot Project Update, by Paul MacDougal, February 9, 2015. video
Python Motor Control Library, by Carl Nobile, February 9, 2015. video
Trail Counter Development Update by Chip McClelland, January 12, 2015. video
Air Quality Sensor Project Overview by Chip McClelland, January 12, 2015. video project docs
Replacing a CFL with LEDs, some 3D printed show and tell, and favorite Polulu Christmas deal items by Paul MacDougal, January 12, 2015. video
The C pre-processor and the Arduino IDE by Paul MacDougal, December 8, 2014: video slides
A custom Python-driven CAD tools for laser-cut acrylic enclosures by Jon Wolfe of Anibit, December 8, 2014: video
A microcontroller-based tool for bicycle wheel spoke adjustment by Eddie Saville of the Raleigh Bicycle Chain (development support by Chip McClelland), December 8, 2014; video
Basic fix for the T962 reflow oven by Pete Soper and followup discussion about do it yourself reflow, December 8, 2014: video
The Maniacal Labs AllPixel Smart LED Controller by Adam Haile and Dan Ternes of Maniacal Labs, November 10, 2014: Part 1 video Part 2 video
A Custom Development Board by Chip McClelland, November 10, 2014: video
The View Over an Engineer’s Shoulder: a short pictorial history of breadboarding and a tour of his workshop and prototyping tools, by Fred Ebeling, October 13, 2014.
Arduino Interrupts, by Paul MacDougal, September 8, 2014: project page
Internet of Things: Things, by Chip McClelland, August 11, 2014: project page
AVR Development with Atmel Studio by Jon Wolfe, October 14, 2013 : Slides
Arduino Sensors by Shane Trent, August 12, 2013: Slides — Blog Notes
Programming ATtinys by Paul MacDougal, July 8, 2013: Video Slides PDF Slides PPT
Introduction to Raspberry Pi by Pete Soper, Alan Dipert, Clinton Dreisbach, Peter Reintjes (sponsored by SplatSpace, presented to Triangle Linux Users Group), January 10th, 2013. Slides and Video at TriLUG
Introduction to OSH Park by Pete Soper, December 10, 2012 (presented to Triangle Amateur Robotics): Slides
Raspberry Pi Hacks by Pete Soper, December 3, 2012 (presented to Triangle Amateur Robotics): Slides
(Most videos recorded by Craig Cook and edited with HandBrake)