RED BULL development HARDWARE (BULLDUINO) arrives
The Bullduino’s are starting to arrive. When [Arclight] got his in the mail the very first thing he did was to share the hardware details. Of program this is the hardware that participants in the Red Bull development contest will be receiving ahead of this year’s contest.
The board is an ATmega328 Arduino clone. instead of an FTDI chip for USB this is sporting an ATmega8u2. That’s not as well much of a surprise as it ought to equate to a expense savings. [Arclight] reports that the stock firmware flashes a message in Morse code. It seems the Harford HackerSpace got their Bullduino a number of days back as well as already decoded the message. Det står:
“Wouldn’t lou choose a great game of chess?”
The people that did the decoding speculate that this might be a type as ‘l’ as well as ‘y’ are inversions of each other in Morse code; or it might be some type of clue. At any type of rate, if you want to do some disassembly as well as see if there’s anything lurking in the firmware, [Arclight] published FLASH as well as EEPROM dumps from both ATmega chips together with his article.