As our final Maker Faire post, we thought we’d talk about some of the curious items that were handed us during the event.
While checking out Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories‘ latest generation CandyFab were given their AVR business card breakout board.
[Garrett] gave us a handful of ShiftBrites to play with in a future project.
We donated to the EFF, as we’re wont to do, and received a super bright blue flashlight for spotting the yellow tracking dots on color laser printouts. If you’re not familiar with this topic, you should check out bunnie’s blue light scanner.
Our final stop was at ifixit to pick up a free set of spatulas (spudgers?) for popping open iPods. All around a decent haul.
[Pziz] wrote in with one of his projects. He created a linux kernel driver for the PIC 18F*55* series based on some available development tools. Continue reading for his (slightly edited) writeup.
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