A Eurorack effects module based on the Spin FV-1 IC.
The circuit is essentially the reference design as described in the data sheet with some additional standard input and output signal level translation. I've also added a slightly over-engineerd program number display and a clunky program switch.
This tutorial shows you how to implement a (more or less) complete Todo Application with Elixir and ElixirScript and that ElixirScript might become an...
This is a wake-up light that simulates the sunrise by gradually increasing the brightness of its LED light during a configurable period of time before the alarm time.
These wake-up lights are produced by a number of manufacturers, but here we are building our own with a Raspberry Pi, a handfull of electronic components, the programming language Elixir and Nerves, an Elixir framework for developing software for embedded systems.
This project explores how Elixir/Erlang OTP can be used to develop...
The Raspberry Pi Zero is a perfect board if you want to build small compact embedded systems with the Elixir Nerves framework. The only caveat is, that this board doesn't contain any form of wireless connectivity. But it is quite easy hack a USB WiFy dongle directly onto the Pi Zero.
Elixir Nerves supports the Raspberry Pi 3 WiFi out of the box and also has support for some USB WiFi modules built into its default Raspberry Pi targets. Sadly the driver for the Edimax EW-7811UN stick is currently...