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May 20, 2013 AT 11:38 am

24 Hours of AVR Flashing

A submission from the Adafruit 6 second electronics film festival explained:

You’re looking at ~24 hours of continuous AVR flashing compressed down into 6 seconds.

While I won’t be releasing the connecting PCB just yet (i’m still beating down a few issues and refining the BOM), I thought it would be good to supply the scripts I used to do the actual time lapse since it was non-obvious from a “oh dear, the contest entry is due in

Source code and more here!


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