PICboard summer, 1998

UMMER after junior year, I did some research regarding algorithms for autonomous robots. To aid in the development and implementation of these algorithms, I designed a generic PIC-based controller board with serial I/O, digital I/O, sixteen analog voltage input channels, and two analog resistance input channels, all in about 4" by 3". I also wrote a program for compiling stuff for it (see LAAME, on the software page), as well as tons of support code in PIC assembly. The picture above shows the board without any chips because, well, I gutted it for more important projects.