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Xling

A tamagotchi-like toy with an OLED display and Li-Ion battery.

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This is just a little tamagotchi-like toy I'm working on for my wife. I used to think that this is how a modern Tamagotchi could look like.

Xling can be powered by an external USB cable or by a single cell Li-Ion battery (which can be charged using USB).

Please, note that this is an ongoing project. Its hardware part is almost finished only. The only concern of mine is ATmega328P. I'd like to replace it with ATmega1284P which has 128 KiB of flash memory.

If you want to build Xling yourself, you'll find all of the required files here below.

xling_case_v12.stl

3D-printable STL model of the Xling case (has issues!) 1. Buttons aren't fit well and not clickable 2. Top cover doesn't latch well and bended a bit

Standard Tesselated Geometry - 204.57 kB - 05/24/2019 at 15:34

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xling-bom-0.2.16-html

BOM of Xling 0.2.16 (open in browser)

16-html - 4.61 kB - 05/24/2019 at 15:33

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Xling-0.2.16.zip.sha1

SHA-1 hashsum of the ZIP archive

sha1 - 69.00 bytes - 05/24/2019 at 15:30

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Xling-0.2.16.zip

KiCad 5 project and minimal firmware sources inside

Zip Archive - 21.34 MB - 05/24/2019 at 15:29

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