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AVR vs PIC: The case of the candle

AVR vs PIC: The case of the candle

A self-igniting candle implemented using AVR and PIC microcontrollers.

This project has two variations, one using an ATTiny25, the other using a PIC12LF1822.

In a series of minimalistic devices, this electronic candle periodically measures ambient light levels. Once it detects nightfall, it self-ignites and burns for three hours, flickering as a candle does. The flicker intensity changes about every minute, adding more variability.

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