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Atmel Applications Journal

An article submitted to AVRFreaks, and further developed by Eivind Andreas Sivertsen and Arild Rodland, was picked up by Atmel for the initial issue of their Applications Journal, and it is now available as a product document. (Note: PDF file ahead)

Updated: 2009-01-15   Views: 64

Introduction to the STK500

A complete article about beginning development with AVR microcontrollers, using the STK500 evaluation board. Hosted by AVR community site AVRFreaks.

Updated: 2006-10-11   Views: 68

AVRFreaks FAQ

Contributed several entries to the AVRFreaks FAQ, including questions on code porting, flags, random numbers, optimisation, and reducing power consumption. (These now seem to have been removed.)

Updated: 2006-10-11   Views: 72

Mobile 3D Graphics (M3G) Specification

As Superscape's representative on the experts' group, I was able to fulfil a role as one of the major contributors to this specification. I was also editor of the file format section. This specification won the award for Most Innovative J2ME JSR, awarded by the Java Community Process Executive Committee.

Updated: 2006-01-17   Views: 47

VRML Consortium Mailing List

During the time that our company, Superscape, was working within the VRML community, I contributed numerous observations and suggestions to the VRML mailing list.

Updated: 2006-01-17   Views: 62

Casio CZ101 MIDI Guide

Originally a USENET article (from sometime in 1985, before the Great Renaming), now archived in several places, including the link above.

Updated: 2006-01-16   Views: 80

Towards More Realistic Sound in VRML [PDF]

My first academic paper, published as part of the VRML 98 Conference Proceedings. The link above is to a mirror, since the official VRML website appears to have mislaid this document...

Updated: 2006-01-16   Views: 88