Posts Tagged ‘wifiradio’
“Radio How You Want It” by Vin Marshall appears on page 78. Vin built a gorgeous Wi-Fi radio based on my plans. He also added a number of twists and new features, such as an analog signal strength meter and a graphic LCD display.
Nice work, Vin! Thanks for the mention!
Not content to simply duplicate my work, he added a few creative twists of his own, including a custom handmade case made of alucobond, MDF, and real wood veneer that gives his finished radio a nice, modern look. Inside, a hacked WL-520gU wireless router running OpenWrt runs the show and an ATmega microcontroller programmed with BASCOM interfaces with a rotary encoder and graphical LCD display.
The very impressive result is shown in this video:
Nice work, Jan!
Welcome, BBC listeners! You probably want to start here.
The Digital Planet SXSW episode (and a <short!> clip from my interview) is now online.
You can also subscribe to a podcast of the show, available for most media players.
I also uploaded some pictures of the Dorkbot/Ignite event. They only capture a small fraction of the exhibits, there just wasn’t enough time for me to see them all!