[TUT] [HARD] 2313 Animated Hardware Tutorial

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Freaks,

Bingo sent me the link to http://www.microschematic.com/, which he thought was suitable for posting here. It most certainly is; even if you do not use the 2313, its information and diagrams are amazing.

- Dean :twisted:

EDIT 26/01/07: Site seems to be down. Please notify me if you discover and updated link.

Make Atmel Studio better with my free extensions. Open source and feedback welcome!

Last Edited: Fri. Jan 26, 2007 - 07:18 AM
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Dean,

Link corrected: http://www.microshematic.com/ - for some reason, yours decided to include the comma.

Neil

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What sort of memory pig plugin is required to view this site?

Rick

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Flash, I believe. This is probably the first good use i've seen for flash, since the only other implementations i've seen are annoying advertisements and inane animated cartoons.

- Dean :twisted:

Make Atmel Studio better with my free extensions. Open source and feedback welcome!

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abcminiuser wrote:
Freaks,

Bingo sent me the link to http://www.microschematic.com/, which he thought was suitable for posting here. It most certainly is; even if you do not use the 2313, it's infomation and diagrams are amazing.

- Dean :twisted:

EDIT: Link corrected.

This link has been up here once before , and if i recall correctly either glitch or theusch mentioned something about an error in the .... "I think timer section"

Found it ...
https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

And it was actually Gwen that discovered this site :-)

/Bingo

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maybe someone nknow something similar but in C examples?

But the hardware part is pretty cool actully :) and i even am starting to understand this horrible thing you guys call assembler ;)

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This site (http://www.microschematic.com/) doesnt work. What is the problem does anybody know?

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muskut wrote:
This site (http://www.microschematic.com/) doesnt work. What is the problem does anybody know?
Parts of this site are found on this great site (like a giant internet backup):
http://web.archive.org

Here is a page of the animation:
http://web.archive.org/web/20040202003107/http://www.microschematic.com/inde.html
(please note, inde.html without "x". I think it is the first visible file of the animation)

There are some .swf files and other .html files.
Some work still needed I see: the URLs are hardcoded into the SWFs to the original site: just insert the directory part of the starting URL to continue.

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Another backup of the site is :

http://www.ouravr.com/attachment...