LilyTiny Sparkle Bracelet

This handout describes how to make a sparkling bracelet with the LilyTiny and two LEDs.… more


Arduino board as ATtiny programmer

This tutorial shows you how to wire up an Arduino used as an ISP (programmer) to an ATtiny45 or ATtiny85. To find out how to write code for the microcontroller, … more


Paper Lamps with Codeable Objects

Codeable Objects is a library for Processing that allows anyone to design and construct an artifact using geometric computation and digital fabrication. This tutorial will show you how to use … more


Paper circuits

You can quickly create circuits on paper using copper tape, clear tape, and some simple electronics. The image above is from a workshop Jie taught at the Exploratorium museum, showing … more


Electronic Origami Flapping Crane

Use shape memory alloy to make an origami crane that gently flaps its wings when you squeeze its tail. more


Paper Speakers

These paper and fabric speakers are made by running 5-9V amplified sound signal through a very conductive coil in close proximity to a magnet. Unlike most speakers that have the … more


Salt and Vinegar Etching

Use Vaseline as a resist and a bath of salt and vinegar to etch away the copper from copper fabric to make circuits and sensors.… more


LilyTiny Monster

This handout for educators describes how to make a sparkling monster with the LilyTiny and two LEDs.… more


Simple Arduino audio samples

Arduino and Speaker

This tutorial explains how to do simple playback of short (~4 second), low-bitrate (8 KHz) audio samples from Arduino using only a speaker. … more


Using the TinyProgrammer


This tutorial explains how to use the TinyProgrammer, a small circuit board for loading code on the ATtiny45 and 85 microcontrollers (or other AVRs). … more