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    Anybody ever do anything with the Cypress Semiconductor PSOCs?

    They are an ARM microcontroller with some programmable digital logic and analog components (op amps, ADC). The I/O pins are assignable among a bunch of pins on the chip. There is a free IDE to program them which uses a combo of schematic input and C code for setting up the analog/digital components and controlling the ARM core. The IDE is Windows-only however.

    I picked up a cheapo $4 dev board and some bare chips. I’m only really through the “blinking an LED in different patterns” phase, but it seems like a potentially cool solution.

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