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/** \file
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 *  This file contains special DoxyGen information for the generation of the main page and other special
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 *  documentation pages. It is not a project source file.
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/** \page Page_LUFAPoweredProjects User Projects Powered by LUFA
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 *  LUFA is currently in use all around the world, in many applications both commercial and non-commercial. Below is a
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 *  list of known public LUFA powered projects, which all use the LUFA library in some way. Feel free to visit each project's
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 *  home page for more information on each project.
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 *  If you have a project that you would like to add to this list, please contact me via the details on the main page of this
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 *  documentation.
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 *  \section Sec_BoardsUsingLUFA AVR-USB Development Boards Using LUFA
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 *  The following is a list of known AVR USB development boards, which recommend using LUFA for the USB stack. Some of these
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 *  are open design, and all are available for purchase as completed development boards suitable for project development.
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 *  - AVR-USB-162, a USBKEY-like development board for the AT90USB162: http://olimex.com/dev/avr-usb-162.html
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 *  - Benito #7, a no-frills USB board: http://www.dorkbotpdx.org/wiki/benito
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 *  - JM-DB-U2, an ATMEGA32U2 development board: http://u2.mattair.net/index.html
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 *  - Micropendous, an open design/source set of AVR USB development boards: http://micropendous.org/
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 *  - Microsin AVR-USB162 breakout board, a DIY AT90USB162 development board: http://microsin.ru/content/view/685/44/
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 *  - Minimus USB, a board specially designed for PSGroove: http://www.minimususb.com/
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 *  - Nanduino, a do-it-yourself AT90USB162 board: http://www.makestuff.eu/wordpress/?page_id=569
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 *  - Sparkfun ATMEGA8U2 breakout board: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10277
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 *  - Teensy and Teensy++, two other AVR USB development boards: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/index.html
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 *  - U2DIL/U4DIL, a set of DIP layout USB AVR boards: http://www.reworld.eu/re/en/products/u2dil/
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 *  - USBFOO 2, AT90USB162 based development board: http://shop.kernelconcepts.de/product_info.php?products_id=102
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 *  \section Sec_LUFAProjects Projects Using LUFA (Hobbyist)
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 *  The following are known hobbyist projects using LUFA. Most are open source, and show off interesting ways that the LUFA library
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 *  can be incorporated into many different applications.
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 *  - Accelerometer Game Joystick: http://www.crictor.co.il/he/episodes/joystick/
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 *  - Arcade Controller: http://fletchtronics.net/arcade-controller-made-petunia
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 *  - Arcade Joystick: http://jamie.lentin.co.uk/embedded/arcade-joystick/
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 *  - AVR USB Modem, a 3G Wireless Modem host: http://code.google.com/p/avrusbmodem/
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 *  - Bicycle POV: http://www.code.google.com/p/bicycleledpov/
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 *  - Bluetooth Explorerbot: http://code.google.com/p/bluetooth-explorerbot/
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 *  - Bus Ninja, an AVR clone of the popular BusPirate project: http://blog.hodgepig.org/busninja/
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 *  - CAMTRIG, a remote Camera Trigger device: http://code.astraw.com/projects/motmot/camtrig
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 *  - CD Driver Emulator Dongle for ISO Files: http://cdemu.blogspot.com/
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 *  - ClockTamer, a configurable clock generator: http://code.google.com/p/clock-tamer/
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 *  - Collection of alternative Arduino Uno firmwares: http://hunt.net.nz/users/darran/
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 *  - CULFW, a 868MHz RF packet encoder/decoder: http://www.koeniglich.de/culfw/culfw.html
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 *  - Dashkey, a custom PC keyboard controller: http://geekhack.org/showwiki.php?title=Island:19096
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 *  - DIY PS3 controller emulator: https://code.google.com/p/diyps3controller/
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 *  - EMuSer, a USB-RS422 adapter for E-Mu samplers: http://www.emxp.net/EMuSer.htm
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 *  - Estick JTAG, an ARM JTAG debugger: http://code.google.com/p/estick-jtag/
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 *  - "Fingerlicking Wingdinger" (WARNING: Bad language if no Javascript), a MIDI controller: http://noisybox.net/electronics/wingdinger/
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 *  - Flyatar, a real-time fly tracking system: https://github.com/peterpolidoro/Flyatar
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 *  - Gamecube controller to USB adapter: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150202447076304.310536.688776303&l=df53851c50 
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 *  - Garmin GPS USB to NMEA standard serial sentence translator: http://github.com/nall/garmin-transmogrifier/tree/master
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 *  - Generic HID Device Creator: http://generichid.sourceforge.net/
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 *  - Ghetto Drum, a MIDI drum controller: http://noisybox.net/art/gdrum/
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 *  - Hiduino, a USB-MIDI replacement firmware for the Arduino Uno: http://code.google.com/p/hiduino/
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 *  - Ikea RGB LED USB modification: http://slashhome.se/p/projects/id/ikea_dioder_usb/#project
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 *  - IR Remote to Keyboard decoder: http://netzhansa.blogspot.com/2010/04/our-living-room-hi-fi-setup-needs-mp3.html
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 *  - LED Panel controller: http://projects.peterpolidoro.net/caltech/panelscontroller/panelscontroller.htm
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 *  - Linux Secure Storage Dongle: http://github.com/TomMD/teensy
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 *  - LUFA powered DDR dance mat (French): http://logicien-parfait.fr/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=projet:ddr_repair
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 *  - MakeTV Episode Dispenser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkWUi18hl3g
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 *  - MidiMonster, a USB-to-MIDI gateway board: http://www.dorkbotpdx.org/wiki/midimonster
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 *  - MIDI Theremin: http://baldwisdom.com/usb-midi-controller-theremin-style-on-arduino-uno/
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 *  - MiniBloq, a graphical Ardunio programming environment : http://minibloq.org/
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 *  - MiXley, a port of the Teacup 3D printer firmware for the USB AVRs: http://codaset.com/michielh/mixley
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 *  - Mobo 4.3, a USB controlled all band (160-10m) HF SDR transceiver: http://sites.google.com/site/lofturj/mobo4_3
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 *  - Moco, a native Arduino Uno MIDI replacement firmware: http://web.mac.com/kuwatay/morecat_lab./MocoLUFA.html
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 *  - Motherboard BIOS flasher: http://www.coreboot.org/InSystemFlasher
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 *  - Multi-button Joystick (French): http://logicien-parfait.fr/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=projet:joystick
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 *  - Music Playing Alarm Clock (Tutorial): http://www.instructables.com/id/Music-Playing-Alarm-Clock/
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 *  - NeroJTAG, a JTAG dongle: https://github.com/makestuff/neroJtag
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 *  - NES Controller USB modification: http://projects.peterpolidoro.net/video/NESUSB.htm
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 *  - Nikon wireless camera remote control (Norwegian): http://hekta.org/~hpe1119/
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 *  - Opendous-JTAG, an open source ARM JTAG debugger: http://code.google.com/p/opendous-jtag/
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 *  - Openkubus, an open source hardware-based authentication dongle: http://code.google.com/p/openkubus/
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 *  - Orbee, a USB connected RGB Orb for notifications: http://www.franksworkshop.com.au/Electronics/Orbee/Orbee.htm
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 *  - Programmable keyboard controller: http://41j.com/blog/2011/10/a-programmable-keyboard-controller/
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 *  - Programmable XBOX controller: http://richard-burke.dyndns.org/wordpress/pan-galactic-gargantuan-gargle-brain-aka-xbox-360-usb-controller/
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 *  - PSGroove, a Playstation 3 Homebrew dongle: http://github.com/psgroove
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 *  - PS/2 to USB adapter: https://github.com/makestuff/p2ukbd
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 *  - Reprap with LUFA, a LUFA powered 3D printer: http://code.google.com/p/at90usb1287-code-for-arduino-and-eclipse/
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 *  - SD Card reader: http://elasticsheep.com/2010/04/teensy2-usb-mass-storage-with-an-sd-card/
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 *  - SDR1, a Software Defined Radio firmware: https://code.google.com/p/sdr-mk1/
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 *  - SEGA Megadrive/Genesis Development Cartridge: http://www.makestuff.eu/wordpress/?page_id=398
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 *  - Serial Line bus analyser: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/projects/SerialAnalyzer.html
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 *  - Smartcard Detective: https://code.google.com/p/smartcarddetective/
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 *  - SmartportVHD Apple II Mass Storage adapter: http://pcedric3.free.fr/SmartportVHD/
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 *  - Single LED Matrix Display: http://guysoft.wordpress.com/2009/10/08/bumble-b/
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 *  - Stripe Snoop, a Magnetic Card reader: http://www.ossguy.com/ss_usb/
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 *  - Teensy SD Card .WAV file player: http://elasticsheep.com/2010/04/teensy2-usb-wav-player-part-1/
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 *  - Touchscreen Input Device: http://capnstech.blogspot.com/2010/07/touchscreen-update.html
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 *  - Universal USB AVR Module: http://usbavr.bplaced.net/
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 *  - USB2AX, a USB to Dynamixel network adapter: http://paranoidstudio.assembla.com/wiki/show/paranoidstudio/USB2AX
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 *  - USB Interface for Playstation Portable Devices: http://forums.ps2dev.org/viewtopic.php?t=11001
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 *  - USB powered Geiger Counter: http://uhrheber.wordpress.com/2011/04/28/a-usb-powered-geiger-counter-for-the-z2-and-other-computers/
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 *  - Userial, a USB to Serial converter with SPI, I2C and other protocols: http://www.tty1.net/userial/
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 *  - Wireless MIDI Guitar system: http://www.ise.pw.edu.pl/~wzab/wireless_guitar_system/
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 *  - Xnormidi, a C MIDI library: http://x37v.info/projects/xnormidi
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 *  - XUM1541, a Commodore 64 floppy drive to USB adapter: http://www.root.org/~nate/c64/xum1541/
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 *  - Zeus, a touch screen computer for music manipulation: http://www.benbengler.com/developments_zeus.html
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 *  - Arduino Uno, the official Arduino board: http://www.arduino.cc
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 *  - ARPS Locator: http://la3t.hamradio.no/lab//?id=tracker_en
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 *  - CFFA3000, a CompactFlash interface for the Apple II: http://www.dreher.net/CFforAppleII
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 *  - Digital Survey Instruments Magnetometer and Pointer: http://www.digitalsurveyinstruments.com/
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 *  - FinchRobot, a robot designed for educational use: http://www.finchrobot.com/
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 *  - Penguino, an Arduino Board With On-Board LUFA Powered Debugger/Programmer: http://wiki.icy.com.au/PenguinoAVR
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 *  - PIR-1, an IR control interface for consumer electronics: http://www.promixis.com/pir-1.php
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 *  - PIR-4, a USB Connected 4 port IR transmitter: http://promixis.com/pir-4.php
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 *  - KeyGlove, an alternative input system: http://www.keyglove.net/
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 *  - Many of Busware's Products: http://www.busware.de/
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 *  - MIDIFighter, a USB-MIDI controller: http://www.midifighter.com/
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 *  - Norduino, a wireless Arduino: http://norduino.robomotic.com/norduino-is-now-usb-hid/
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 *  - Retrode, a USB Games Console Cartridge Reader: http://www.retrode.org
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 *  - SmartCardDetective, a Smart Card analysis tool: http://www.smartcarddetective.com/
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 *  - USBTINY-MKII, an AVRISP-MKII Clone AVR Programmer: http://tom-itx.dyndns.org:81/~webpage/boards/USBTiny_Mkii/USBTiny_Mkii_index.php
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 *  - VMeter, a USB MIDI touch strip controller: http://www.vmeter.net/
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 *  - XMEGA Development Board, using LUFA as an On-Board Programmer: http://xmega.mattair.net/
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 *  - Zeptoprog, a multifunction AVR programmer: http://www.mattairtech.com/index.php/featured/zeptoprog.html
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 *  \section Sec_LUFAPublications Publications Mentioning LUFA
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 *  - Elektor Magazine, "My First AVR-USB" by Antoine Authier (feature), January 2010 Issue
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 *  - Elektor Magazine, "USB is Cool/Sucks" by Jerry Jacobs and Chris Vossen (minor mention), January 2010 Issue
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 *  - Elektor Magazine, "20 x Open Source" by Jens Nickel, March 2010 Issue
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 *  - Circuit Cellar Magazine, "Advanced USB Design Debugging" by Collin O'Flynn, August 2010 Issue
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 *  - Adafruit "Ask an Engineer", 7th November 2010
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