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HEXIWEAR Workstation - MP3 Player

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2018-06-11

Category: Audio Playback

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Hexiwear Workstation MP3 demo application - play songs, change tracks with one simple click, turn up or bring down the volume. EnOcean 2 click was used as a controller. See the example below for a full list of used MikroElektronika products.

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HEXIWEAR Workstation

HEXIWEAR Workstation

Side view of the HEXIWEAR Workstation.

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Hexiwear Workstation MP3 demo application allows you to play MP3 songs, change tracks with one simple click using remote controler, turn up or bring down the volume.

Demo application uses built-in onboard MP3 codec and microSD card slot. Yon can monitor song playlist on HEXIWEAR display, current volume on BarGraph click board and current state of the player on 8x8 click board. EnOcean 2 click was added to provide remote controlle capabilites while ProxFusion click board.

Additional hardware required :


Software requirements :

  • 8x8 click library
  • BarGraph click library
  • EnOcean 2 click library
  • ProxFusion click library
  • MP3 click library
  • HEXIWEAR Workstation board def


Instructions :

  1. Place click boards to appropriate mikroBUS sockets ( 1 - BarGraph, 2 - ProxFusion, 3 - 8x8, 4 - EnOcean)
  2. Turn on onboard MP3 codec using SW5
  3. Turn on speakers using SW6
  4. Turn on microSD slot using SW2
  5. Place I2C structure inside __Lib_GPIO_MK64_Defs.c (line 760)
    _GPIO_Module_I2C2_PA12_13 =
         {_GPIO_I2C2_SCL_PTA12, _GPIO_I2C2_SDA_PTA13, -1},
         {_I2C_CONFIG, _I2C_CONFIG, -1}
          },
  6. Format microSD card with FAT16 and place three MP3 files inside it
  7. Unistall current mikroBUS Board Definition API 
  8. Install new version of mikroBUS Board Definition API downloaded with this project
  9. Install all click libraries required
  10. Compile and run

   

 

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