The ATMegaZero is a microcontroller board based on the Atmel ATMega32U4 microchip, the same chip used in the Arduino Leonardo and Arduino Micro. It was modeled after the Raspberry PI Zero to take advantage of its sleek design and form factor but in the form of a microcontroller board. Similar to the Raspberry Pi Zero the ATMegaZero comes with 40 GPIO pins that can be used as input or output for interfacing devices and can be programmed using the Arduino IDE software. The ATMegaZero comes with a built-in USB which makes the ATMegaZero recognizable as a mouse or keyboard.
Two extant variants at this time: One based upon the ATMega32U4 (older) and one based upon the ESP32-S2 (newer) (CircuitPython compatible).
ESPHome is a system to control your ESP8266/ESP32 by simple yet powerful configuration files and control them remotely through Home Automation systems.
Atari 8 bit computers, NES and SMS game consoles on your TV with nothing more than a ESP32 and a sense of nostalgia. Simple schematic to rig up video and audio outputs to connect to a television.
Emulates the Atari 400/800, XL, XEGS, 5200, NES, Sega Master System, and Game Gear. Controllers and keyboards must be Bluetooth enabled so that they can connect to the ESP32.
TinyGS is an open network of Ground Stations distributed around the world to receive and operate LoRa satellites, weather probes and other flying objects, using cheap and versatile modules. This project is based on ESP32 boards and currently it is compatible with sx126x and sx127x LoRa modules but we plan to support more radio módules in the future.
Briand's project to turn an ESP32 microcontroller board into a plug play Tor client.
The goal is to write a very simple C++17 working Tor proxy for ESP32 so the ESP32 could be attached to any computer with a bash/dos/putty client ready-to-go. Using ESP as a proxy allows to keep no traces of Tor client/browser on your computer (but traces of the navigation history and so on are not avoided!)
REMEMBER: The ESP32 is a 240MHz processor with 320KB of RAM. Do not expect good performance or fast webpage loading!
This tutorial is about taking photos using an ESP32-CAM board running MicroPython. The board has an OV2640 without any chip between it and the ESP32. A photo routine and a Webserver were implemented to take a photo using a Webbrowser. MicroPython is a lean and efficient implementation of the Python 3 programming language.
Alternative firmware for ESP8266 and ESP32 with easy configuration using webUI, OTA updates, automation using timers or rules, expandability and entirely local control over MQTT, HTTP, Serial or KNX. Written for PlatformIO with limited support for the Arduino IDE.
Seems to automatically update itself from a known-good location. That can probably be turned off.
A Python-based, open source, platform independent, utility to communicate with the ROM bootloader in Espressif ESP8266 & ESP32 chips. Python 2 and 3 compatible. Can use this to dump the firmware for analysis. Depends upon pySerial.
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