Looking for a tiny PICAxe module to experiment with? This module has a surface-mount 08M module, and optional pins mounts (for easier breadboarding)
This low-cost project uses an 8 pin microcontroller to create an electronic pet with LED eyes and a piezo sounder voice that reacts to touch (via a push switch) and light (via a miniature LDR).
The PICAXE is a great chip, but the programming interface is a bit bizarre, using a 1/8" stereo jack. Last time we looked, breadboards didn't have stereo jacks... Good thing these adapters are available!
If you thought the PICAXE was a handy chip on it's own, try it with a bundled L293D motor driver chip! This will let you make very small and tidy motorized projects with the simplicity of the PICAXE development system!
The PICAXE data logger is a great little solution, but sometimes you need to store just a bit more data. The PICAXE AXE111 Memory Expansion does just what you need!
The PICAXE Connect board lets you hook up a Maxstream XBee module or LocSense GPS module to your PICAXE or (using a MAX3232 chip) a computer.
The PICAXE-28X2 builds on top of the X1, improving on the already impressive specs and adding more features.
The Solarbotics Arduino Freeduino Enclosure (SAFE) is a laser-cut acrylic case for your chopsticks. And by chopsticks, we mean Arduino or Freeduino. Go figure.
The PICAXE-40X2 IC is the biggest, baddest PICAXE made - even better than the 40X1!
PICAXE-20M2 microcontroller chip. Supports 16 input / outputs including analogue inputs.