Paragon Project: DOOM on an Arduino Nano ESP32

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There’s a classic question in the universe of computer games – but can it run Crysis? However, in the world of microcomputer games and microcontrollers, we have a slightly different question – but can it run DOOM? Well we finally have the answer for the Arduino Nano. And the answer is: yes! You can indeed…

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Paragon Project: A Recycled Single-Board Computer

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Want to become a computer wizard? Want to do it without being wasteful? This is the project that will inspire you to master computers on a super low-level, all while being a good environmentalist. You can do it all with this recycled single-board computer. This wonderfully innovative project comes from Anders Nielsen, who calls it…

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Everything You Need to Know About the Raspberry Pi 4

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Now that Raspberry Pi 4 stocks have returned to normal, we thought it was time to write an article about the power of this microcomputer. So if you’ve already got one and you want to learn more or if you’re thinking about getting one and want to get more details – this is the article…

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UART – The Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter

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UART is a full duplex serial interface. It enables two devices to communicate over just three wires and supports variable speeds. UART Characteristics Like the name suggests, UART is an asynchronous interface. Unlike SPI or I2C there is no need for a dedicated clock. The two devices just need to use the same transmission speed.…

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SPI – The Serial Peripheral Interface

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SPI means Serial Peripheral Interface. With SPI you can exchange data blazingly fast between two devices. And you only need four wires. SPI Characteristics The serial peripheral interface is a synchronous communication interface for short distances. Synchronous means that the data is sent in form of blocks or frames and the the two devices are…

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