Quiet on the Arduino front for the last couple of week not helped by hospital visits. I received a week or so ago some RGB LEDs from the wonderful people at Oomlout, you can see them here. Damn cheap (three for two quid), easy to setup and pretty to look at. I was playing with a colour sensor a few weeks back so my next task is to get these lighting up based on the sensor readings.
A lot of my recent time has been spent on reading up on the PIC microprocessors. Played a little more with the Amicus 18 but I’ve ordered a PIC development board which should be arriving shortly and will see what I can do with that.