Freeduino Kit: Ordered

A few days ago I decided to order a Freeduino Kit from NKC Electronics. The board is a physical computing platform based on the Atmega168 microcontroller chip. My intentions at first are to use this as another means to control audio software for human interaction during live performances. I have some ideas I would like to work out using OSC instead of MIDI to communicate with Pure Data and Reaktor. First I will have to work with multiplexing, shift registers, and LED drivers so I can squeeze more out of this little device.

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