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This tiny HD camera makes it easy to record memories from your baby's point of view. (Image Credit: Babeyes) I was thinking of making something like with a Microbit or Pi. Glad it exists.   It's pretty easy for memories to fade away, especially when it comes to your baby. Thanks to new technology developed by Babeyes, a French company, you can hold onto those memories forever. Not only that, but you can see what the world is like from your baby's perspective. The company created the tiny ...
I'm road testing the  Ultra-Low Power Arm Cortex-M4 Darwin MCU EVM. During my tests I had difficulties with the FreeRTOS example that comes with the SDK. It showcases tickless operation, and that does not work for me. The example doesn't wake up after enabling tickless mode. It's supposed to wake up when clicking the user button.   Let's Get it Working First  Out of the box, this example has a few errors. Let's get it working first. You can tell the example to go into tick ...
I'm road testing the  Ultra-Low Power Arm Cortex-M4 Darwin MCU EVM. In this posts I show how to create a Release configuration for Eclipse.   I've written before that the Build part of the MAXIM SDK hasn't implemented Eclipse's commonly used CDT builder. MAXIM uses make. That works perfectly. The steps to create a release version of your firmware are different though.   The makefile expects that you define the build goal as "release". Else it will compile all C code with d ...
In Storage Insights #3, we highlighted the technical components of CompactFlash (CF) and Secure Digital (SD) cards. In Storage Insights #4 we will dive deeper into the primary components of SSD drives, with an emphasis on the Flash Controller.   General Solid State Disk drives (SSD Drives) are becoming more and more common in personal computers and enterprise server systems, and in industrial applications. They either replace mechanical drives or can be used in a mixed system using both t ...

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