Circuit Cellar Ink 47
June 1994

Table of Contents


Ken Davidson

Editor's INK

Spread the Wealth


Reader's INK

Letters to the Editor


Harv Weiner

New Product News


Ken Pergola

Aero-Pix Aerial Photography System

If you've ever wanted to explore aerial photography but don't have a sky-high budget, build the Aero-Pix APS and embark on a fun outdoor project!



Russ Reiss

Programming PICs on a Budget

Find out why more and more people are discovering the benefits of using PIC microcontrollers in their projects. In addition to its low cost, there are also its ease of use and flexibility.

Download: PICPGM84.ZIP


Dan Hopping

Prototyping -- Beyond the Electronics and Software

You've just come up with the perfect electronic solution enabling you to enter the house without a key. How your idea is presented may mean the difference between success or failure. Read on to find out more.


Ken Davidson

PDF Habitech94

The Home Automation Industry's Own Trade Show

The computer industry has Comdex, the construction industry has the NAHB show, and now the home automation industry has Habitech. Check out some offerings that were at this year's show.


Ed Nisley

Firmware Furnace

What's in the Box Still Counts: A New PC

Sometimes the advent of more powerful microprocessors (e.g., Pentium and Power PC) prompts people to go out and purchase the newest in technology. Ed sticks to the tried and true while sharing his trials and tribulations.


Jeff Bachiochi

From the Bench

Virtual Reality Requires Real Data, Part 1 -- Collecting Data with an Exoskeleton

The minute someone mentions virtual reality, images of being in a holodeck-type room participating in a battle against alien invaders comes to mind. However impressive this may be, technology dictates, and learning the basics is our goal.


Tom Cantrell

Silicon Update

Fear & Loathing in L.A.

Remember classic sci-fi movies and how they depicted the future? Telephones where you could see who you were talking to and voice commands to let your TV know which movie you wanted to watch. That was then, this is now.


John Dybowski

Embedded Techniques

Reach Out with BIOnet

As in any symbiotic system, it is important to understand the mutual benefits a host and its partner have. Although not living, the BIOnet and its satellites depend on each other in a mutually beneficial way. John delves into this unique relationship.

Download: ET47.ZIP


Advertiser's Index


Ken Davidson

ConnecTime -- Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS


Steve Ciarcia

Steve's Own INK

More MIPS per Pin

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