Updated README.md after findings of 2018-03-02.
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@@ -16,11 +16,19 @@ The firmware for the ATtiny is written as an Arduino sketch using the
for generating pseudorandom numbers and transforms them to the needed
range using the gcc uniform_int_dist c++std implementation.
Flashing the firmware can be done using a usual Arduino programmed as an
ISP with the ArduinoISP example sketch included in the IDE. Then the Arduino
can be connected for example via its ICSP pins:
Flashing the firmware can be done using a usual Arduino (UNO in our case)
programmed as an ISP with the ArduinoISP example sketch included in the IDE.
Then the Programmer (Arduino) should be connected to the Target like this:
| **Programmer's pins** | **Target's pins** |
| 13 | SCK |
| 12 | MISO |
| 11 | MOSI |
| 10 | RESET |
| 5V | VCC |
| GND | GND |
The pins on our TinyFinger board are from left to right:
GND, MISO, VCC, SCK, MOSI, RESET.
@@ -32,4 +40,3 @@ Cura after exporting the model as an stl file.
[linear congruential generator]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_congruential_generator
[ICSP]: https://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Tutorial/ICSPHeader.jpg "Arduino's ICSP pins"