Welcome to StampOne News! an exciting independent home-spun journal, solely designed by hobbyists for hobbyists.
In particular, we want home experimenter enthusiasts and students to benefit from these project examples and be stimulated into creative thinking with the inspiration to build home circuits, science projects, and unique inventions. The Premier Issue is packed full of exciting and interesting BS1 Stamp ideas, and include the build instructions for the 3DSC, a 3D Basic Stamp Computer. This interesting microcontroller has three stamp cores and some interesting applications.
Stamp One News! - Premier Issue 1 - Spring 2009
LEFT: The first galley proof was in black and white as it rolled off the computer printer page by page.
Download here from the PRS Penguin Robot Society
"Everything about the Parallax BS Micro" Servers are standing by for downloads of the PDF file of this electronic magazine. The magazine can also be downloaded from the Parallax host on the Forum.
Historical Information Tracings
Spring 2009 StampOne News 04-07-2009, 01:58 PM
The Spring 2009 StampOne News is almost complete! The feature article for the 3D Stamp Computer is being expanded with some included software. Some extra programs for app demos are a must for this remarkable new project invention. Since the new electronic magazine is all about Stamps, look for it first posted in the Stamp Forum. The 3D Stamp Computer is a spinoff of the Basic Stamp
Supercomputer, so maybe some information will appear here as an announcement update.
As I understand, a web page will be made for StampOne News at the PRS Robot web site, which also includes the Penguin (robot) Tech Magazine. In the future it would be nice to have a posted thread for the 3DSC at the Parallax Forum for questions and answers, and a web page for it here. A link is provided.
StampOne News! Update... 04-10-2009, 04:08 PM
The mag has entered the proofreading stage, all articles are complete.
The feature article is the 3D Stamp Computer, with plans on how to
build your own. Since all the software is included in print, with the
article, I would like to ask the forum if individual files for the same
are necessary? It would save a lot of time if people could copy the
program from the magazine using copy and paste. It would be a
good idea, faster, simple, save on storage, and make more time for
new projects. What do you think? www.robotinfo.net/penguin/
LEFT: Here's a tiny galley proof preview.
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