While it won’t work with a proper terminal along with Putty, [Ray] managed to whip up a serial screen application in Processing that’s like minded with Windows, Linux and OS X. In the video beneath.
All of the I/O’s are broken out on a header, and the motor driving force and RGB LED may be disabled while not wanted. The board isn’t hand-assembly friendly, however he plans to crowd fund it rapidly.
A Tiny IDE For Your ATtiny – He’s blanketed the GNU/AVR toolchains, though notes that testing up to now has been limited to Mac OS, and he’s interested in feedback from Windows and Linux users. Assembly is finished either with.
Pin 7 (VCC) and Pin 20 (AVCC) had been linked to 5V. Pin 8 (GND) and Pin 22 (AGND) have both been connected to ground. The very last step is to attach the LED to output 0 on Port D. Our schematic.
Minimal TinyAVR zero Programming – When [Alain] wanted to apply a number of the brand new TinyAVR 0 chips — especially, the Attiny406 — it appeared overkill to apply the Windows IDE. There are plenty of resources of statistics on programming.