Everything is already available in the download page.
You can browse the code and download all the stuff you need (including a pre-compiled Hex, ready to be uploaded to your device – incl. a simple script to help with it for those of you who only want it to work :))
Here is a small clip showing how it looks in windows.
Now let’s dig into some technical stuff (only if you want to) 🙂
Yet another patch for the code.
this release has focused on two things.
1. Making the code easier to handle for the novice.
2. Bringing the performance of the Uno back to acceptable level.
To achieve this, a new “config.h” file was created, bringing together all the important settings and features (I’ve even tried to get everything properly documented…).
Please note that the default is now “Arduino Micro” – as it is in my opinion that minimum required board (due to the Uno Memory constraints). If you with to use an Uno (or a Mega as some are doing – please make sure to select the proper option)
To get the performance back to the uno the code now intentionally disabling RealFFI and Bezel options (regardless of what “config.h” says). This can be overridden via the “fuelflow.h” file – but please note there is a performance impact.
As always, links for the download are at the download page.
Second quick patch for the DEDuino project.
Following input and assistance from “Moon” and “AiRdAncE” the VP community, I’ve been pointed to the real FFI font, “MilSpec 35588“.
I’ve adjusted size and removed unneeded chars to create a new custom FFI font pretty much in the correct size to match a real face plate. Once I have one fabricated, I’ll adjust the font some more – but for now that is good enough IMHO
As always, the code is available on github .
links are available on the Download Page
First patch for DEDuino.
New features include:
- a new optional DED font by “Cool hand” (activated by default)
- A new optional FFI font based on the work of “Moon” (activated by default)
- New FFI Bezel drawing – based on the work of “Topper Harly” (activated by default)
- Connector app bug fixes (Automatically updated)
Thank you guys for making this project even better
Source code and download links are available on the Download Page
The day is finally here!
I’ve decided to release the project with all the issues I’ve found and could not fix – in hope that someone will be able to look at the code and schematics and help me hunt down the issues.
You can download the code from the Download Page
And also available on github:
I hope this initial release would be a stepping stone for things to come! thank you all!