EternityForest

Member Since: April 17, 2010

Country: United States

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Visual Basic Visual Basic .net Normal Basic PHP(i love that language) EXSE(open source language i designed)

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  • Product COM-10863 | about 2 years ago

    Im pretty sure light going in the sides wont go along the fibre and out the end, If it was that easy we wouldnt need those special light concentrating fibres that some university is doing for cheap soar power supposedly

  • Product COM-10513 | about 3 years ago

    There are so many good uses for this. But i agree, you could hurt yourself in short order.
    Remember to always use multiple redundant safety resistors and don’t use anything connected to AC mains unless you know what your doing. really. just don’t. if you must,be sure the output is isolated!!!
    anything across the chest or head is a dangerous(unless its a sensor not a shocker)
    but otherwise, great product!

  • News - B-Squares | about 3 years ago

    I believe to infringe a product need only have all the elements of ONE claim. i think each claim is legally enforceable independent of any other claims.

  • News - Return of the Quiz | about 3 years ago

    The question about battery charge time should say “in theory” or “Under ideal conditions” because inefficiencies would most likely extend the charge time a little.
    Other then that, i got them all pretty much right except for a few of the number format conversions.
    Great Quiz SparkFun! Thanks!

  • Tutorial - Sensor Interfacing | about 4 years ago

    @Ad
    I don’t see any problem with your setup at all.
    But i would like to point out that if you use a SPI connection, you are always “writing” something to the sensor(the clock line of course) so the precautions are needed.

  • Product COM-09089 | about 4 years ago

    EEPROM wears out in in a finite number of writes(under a few million for a lot of chips).
    lol i was just thinking about designing a MCU of this that ran at audio frequencies but used multiple wavetables at independent speeds that could be mixed, all under serial control.

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