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July 31, 2012

ATtiny USB Web Site Hit Counter Project

at 4:52 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


How many hits does your web site have today? You just need to log onto to your stats system, drill into a few menus and voila there it is. This ATtiny USB Web Site Hit Counter Project by Bob Hobby makes it much easier than that, you can just have a look at the numbers on your own hit counter panel, if you are curious how traffic changed based on updates and time of day this would be a great way to keep an eye on things. It is based on the AVR ATtiny which communicates to a host computer to get updates. The host computer gets the updated stats from your web site which runs a tiny script to keep track of your hits. I can think of lots of fun things to add to the project such as adding a tiny beep for every 1000 visitors or flashing a strobe if you reach a new record for the day.


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One Response to “ATtiny USB Web Site Hit Counter Project”

  1. ATiny-Based Web Site Hit Counter Says:

    […] Using an ATiny and some AVR programming, Bob Hobby has made a 7 segment display of his website hits. The device connects to his computer via USB and makes for a great physical representation for the amount of web juju you might be getting at any given time. Check out Bob Hobby’s site for further info and documentation. [via Hacked Gadgets] […]

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