Here is some of the projects I have worked on(this site is new, still adding stuff) (some are just youtube links)
A little box that uses OpenFortune to generate quotes and scrolls
them on an LCD. With steampunk inspired case.
Built largely for prop-building practice.
May need to veiw in higher resolution to see what it's saying.
The program used to create the text at the top. Free under the MIT license, runs on all major platforms.
A crappy oversimplified pen and paper roleplaying system written for a forum game and then made into a PDF for an event. No public sourcebook yet, but the rules are there.
This just links to youtube for now. I'll clean up code and post
sometime/soon if anyone asks.
It seems to work best when the interval is a highly composite number
(the video is 360/256 if anyone is wondering)
It' amazing what can be acomplished in a 128 bytes of ram on a 73 cent chip. If the schematic is unclear, it's cause i made it at 4:00 AM. the 4 way junction on the ground IS connected. Yes i know you aren't supposed to do that. UPDATE: code and schematics here
A command line app for generating text, uing the same algorithm as the flavor text generator, but using a much more flexible interface and written in C. Uses JSON files and in fact has its own JSON parser that does not make a data structure in ram (!)
macce yor text leocc licce thys!