BeepTimer is a successful experiment in Human-Computer Interaction. The question to test was the possibility to control a device using one acceleration sensor and one button. As already mentioned, it is possible even with OS functions intervening (long button press issues a shutdown of the device). The user controls the device by tilting it and … [Read more…]
GraspForth is a simple, portable implementation of a Forth system in C. It works every 32-bit architecture GCC compiles for. The STM32 Primer devices were introduced on this blog earlier. These systems were combined in the GraspForth on STM32 Primer project. If you are interested, read the rest of the project’s description.
Now it is a time to mention the recent release of another port of Contiki OS (it is version 2.2.1, not a recent one). This port is running on the STM32 Primer development kit. Because both current versions of this development kit run CircleOS, an embedded OS written by Raisonance, who also created the development … [Read more…]