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PAPERduino’s design

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This is a fully func­ti­o­nal ver­sion of the Arduino. We eli­mi­na­ted the PCB and use paper and card­bo­ard as sup­port and the result is.. the PAPER­duino :D

This is the the first ver­sion of the layout design, next we will try more designs, and other mate­ri­als. You just need to print the top and the bot­tom layouts, and glue them to any kind of sup­port you want. We hope that you start making your own boards. If you do, ple­ase share your pho­tos with us, we would love to see them ;)

There is no USB direct con­nec­tion, so to pro­gram the paper­duino you will need some kind of FTDI cable or adap­ter. One of this pro­ducts will be fine:
FTDI cable from Ada­fruit Indus­tries
FTDI adap­ter from Sparkfun

Down­load PDF

Com­po­nents list:
1 x 7805 Vol­tage regu­la­tor
2 x LEDs (dif­fe­rent colors)
2 x 560 Ohm resis­tors (between 220oHm and 1K)
1 x 10k Ohm resis­tor
2 x 100 uF capa­ci­tors
1x 16 MHz clock crys­tal
2 x 22 pF capa­ci­tors
1 x 0.01 uF capa­ci­tor
1 x but­ton
1 x Atmel ATMega168
1 x soc­ket 28 pin
Female and Male headers

Ins­truc­ti­ons:
Use a nee­dle to punc­ture the holes for your components.

Don’t rush, place one com­po­nent after another and do all the sol­der work carefully.

Fol­low the con­nec­tion lines.

And this should be the final look of your paper­duino connections.

more photos of yesterday evening

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We had a great time buil­ding this electronic/paper pie­ces, and more are to come pretty soon .)

AltLab opening with paper arduinos

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We are happy to intro­duce the paper­duino :D

This Tues­day AltLab had its first public ses­sion and we did a mini workshop on “paper­dui­nos”, a new gene­ra­tion of card­bo­ard ardui­nos. We had lots of fun and have many more ideas we’d like to try: dif­fe­rent layouts, colo­red papers, and other mate­ri­als. More info soon.

Control your motors with L293D and Arduino

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I rea­li­zed there was some lack of infor­ma­tion regar­ding the use of this chip with Arduino, so I made this Ins­truc­ta­ble. Hope you find it usefull ;)

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