Simple PIC USB Interface

Data & Observations
           With the deceivingly easy schematic assembled in the hardware section and the software programmed onto the PIC, we move forward to test this thing out. For the demo, I use the sample program produced by microchip to show that two communication is achieved, and that Windows recognizes the device as a USB HID device made by me!

           The video should have you convinced that things are working exactly as planned. The trimpot value changes when I use a flat-head screw driver to change it. The button press is seen right away and updated. The toggle button for the LEDs turns them on and off just as expected. Success! We have a USB HID device that works perfectly!