JACDAC Examples

JACDAC is a single wire broadcast protocol for the plug and play of microcontrollers (MCUs) within the contexts of rapid prototyping, making, and physical computing. Read more….

Examples

[
    {
        "name": "pixel blink",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/pixel-blink",
        "description": "Remotely blink the pixel on a board",
        "cardType": "example"
    },
    {
        "name": "broadcast",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/broadcast",
        "description": "Broadcast a message and blink",
        "cardType": "example"
    },
    {
        "name": "console",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/console",
        "description": "Console logging over JACDAC",
        "cardType": "example"
    },
    {
        "name": "console screen",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/console-screen",
        "description": "Display JACDAC console on a screen",
        "cardType": "example"
    },
    {
        "name": "controller button",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/controller-button",
        "description": "Bind a push button to a JACDAC controller button",
        "cardType": "example"
    },
    {
        "name": "LCD screen",
        "url": "/projects/jacdac/lcd-screen",
        "description": "Display a message on a LCD screen",
        "cardType": "example"
    }
]

See Also

pixel-blink, broadcast,