Badge based on the TiTux design with some bling.
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README.md

TiTux badge

TiTux badge

board

The board is designed in KiCad and uses a dual sided pcb while only using one side for the components. It features an ATtiny84 with 6 LEDs and a switch powered by a 3 V button cell. The example above was manufactured by OSH Park.

code

The challenge is to come up with your own interesting light shows, games, etc. for the badge. This repo includes a basic Arduino sketch using the ATTinyCore to get you started.

Use some crocodile clips and an AVR ISP programmer like a standard Arduino UNO with the ISP sketch and a 10 μF capacitor.

licence

The design and example firmware are licenced under GPL-3.0-or-later.