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#270 cordwood/aanimate

Run a demo animation using aaronjasso’s Cordwood library

Here’s a quick video showing it in action..



The Cordwood library by aaronjasso provides a simple interface to the BoldportClub cordwood. It provides a number of animations.

This is just a quick test.

I’m using The Cuttle, but any Arduino would do.

Since The Cuttle pins are aligned identically to the ATmega328 pins, the sketch uses the analog pins for digital out, as they are the only 6 GPIO pins in an unbroken sequence.

See the ATmega168/328-Arduino Pin Mapping for details on mapping the ATmega328 pins to Arduino port names.





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LEAP is just my personal collection of projects. Two main themes have emerged in recent years, sometimes combined:

  • electronics - usually involving an Arduino or other microprocessor in one way or another. Some are full-blown projects, while many are trivial breadboard experiments, intended to learn and explore something interesting
  • scale modelling - I caught the bug after deciding to build a Harrier during covid to demonstrate an electronic jet engine simulation. Let the fun begin..
To be honest, I haven't quite figured out if these two interests belong in the same GitHub repo or not. But for now - they are all here!

Projects are often inspired by things found wild on the net, or ideas from the many great electronics and scale modelling podcasts and YouTube channels. Feel free to borrow liberally, and if you spot any issues do let me know (or send a PR!). See the individual projects for credits where due.