For the last few weeks we’ve been celebrating builds that use parts from our manufacturer sponsors of the 2015 Hackaday Prize. Today we are happy to announce 50 winners who used Microchip parts in their builds. Making the cut is one thing, but rising to the top is another. These builds show off some amazing work from those who entered them. In addition to the prizes which we’ll be sending out, we’d like these projects to receive the recognition they deserve. Please take the time to click through to the projects, explore what has been accomplished, and leave congratulations a comment on the project page.
Still Time to Win!
We’re far from the end of the line. We’ll be giving roughly $17,000 more in prizes before the entry round closes in the middle of August. Enter your build now for a chance in these weekly contests! This week we’re looking for things that move in our Wings, Wheels, and Propellers Contest.
One voter will win $1000 from the Hackaday Store this week as well! Anyone is welcome to vote in Astronaut or Not. Vote Now! The drawing is tomorrow afternoon.
Congratulations to all fo the winners listed here. You will find information about redeeming their prizes as a private message on your Hackaday.io profile.
Winners of Moosimeters
- Python Powered Scientific Instrumentation tool
- GroBots – OpenGrow
- DC Motor Controller for CNC Router
Winners of DS Logic Analyzers
Winners of Stickvise
- PK-RF-31 low cost IoT radio module
- A Versatile Labtool
- Sonar for the visually impaired
- Inductive Loop Vehicle Detector v2.1
- BLE Intertial Measurement Unit
- PASS: Pollution Analytics Shared Socially
- DIY Augmented Reality Device
- PIC MCUs Based Homebrew Computer
- PICxie: A micro PIC18F development kit
- DyIO (Dynamic Input Output) controller
- AluPi – Pocketable Game and Computer System
- Improve the Haber process
- Access B
Winners of Bluefruit LE Sniffers
- Dual Channel Battery Charger/Analyzer
- XORYA – extremely low cost game console on PIC32
- Single chip game console
- UV Lightbox
- Elderly Asset Tracker
- Share the Warmth
- Bench Power Supply
- SubPos – Positioning System
- Two Component USB Temperature Data Logger
- IR2IR Translator
Winners of Cordwood Puzzles
- DrDAC USB Audio DAC
- Low-power environmental data logger
- operation: Learn The MIPS (PIC32)
- 256 Channel Firework Controller
- Smart Hydroponic GreenHouse
- Bluetooth Studio Headphone Amplifier
- Logging kitty’s eating patterns
- Binary Fuel Tank
- USB Booster
Winners of TV-B-Gone
- Hardware password manager
- ESP8266 DIN 8-Channel Wifi Relay Controller
- CBDB Evo – ESP8266 Learning / Development platform
- ESP8266 Parasite
- Prouino – Wifi Development Board
- Smart Lamp Notification
- ESP8266 (ESP-07/12) Dev Board
- Smart Solar Lamp
- 5.5W Diode Laser for CNC
16 thoughts on “50 Winners Using Microchip Parts”
Yea! Stick vise will come in really handy for soldering my prototype. I have already made a ESP8266 power supply on protoboard and had issues with holding the thing steady. Thanks Microchip and HAD! https://hackaday.io/project/5530-pass-pollution-analytics-shared-socially
I got the prize message but didn’t see an alert icon in the menu nor did I receive an E-mail.
If you don’t see a message alert, go to your messages pane and click on Mike’s icon and you’ll probably find it.
(I only found this out by accident. My messages page shows no indication that Mike sent me a message, and his icon is not at the top of the list in the left column so his thread isn’t automatically shown.)
(And I reported it to the feedback channel.)
same here!. They told me it is a bug somewhere in their blog system
And, looking forward to the challenge of this puzzle. (Is that three-tone geometric-PCB-imagery using copper/no-copper and overlays? Nice!) http://store.hackaday.com/products/cordwood-puzzle-first-edition
I wouldnt put “Using Microchip Parts” and Winners in same sentence
They make more than microcontrollers. :) I got 2 prizes out of using their other parts which are actually cheaper than the more popular alternatives.
A Stickvise!, thank you!! I really need it, I solder a lot.
The first link in the article takes me to projects that use Texas Instruments parts.
It also uses Microchip parts…
Maybe, but none of these projects are on that list.
Pardon me, not none. But many of these are not on that list.
sweet here s the link
So, I have (already) got prize for my ATMEL, TEXAS and Microchip projects. Someone else?
I got my TI, Microchip and Freescale prizes. I don’t use Atmel parts. :)
Thank you for the Mooshimeter and the stickvise:D
@mike, the first link “using microchip parts” wrongly links to “https://hackaday.io/list/5844-2015-thp-texas-instruments-parts”
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