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May 24, 2011
News - Your SparkFun January Cap… |
about 3 months ago
“Actobotics are so easy, I can assemble a robot without using my hands.” He regretted his words as he tried to pick up the size 42 sprocket using his left ass cheek.
News - October Caption Contest |
about 6 months ago
Red or blue? Rob can’t decide where he lies on the political spectrum.
Rob moves fast enough to the right to demonstrate the Doppler shift.
News - Why You Should De-Rate Ca… |
about 7 months ago
And tantalum is a conflict mineral:
News - Enginursday: For those of… |
about 8 months ago
For a serial terminal without installing software, I wanted to mention the screen command, e.g.
screen /dev/tty.usbserial-AH015X2H 115200
Product DEV-11861 |
about 10 months ago
It would have been nicer if the PCBs were laid out such that you could chain them together on all sides, ie PCBs don’t extend past LED matrix on all sides. With this design you can put the LCDs side by side but not top to bottom– can’t tell if PCB is fully within borders of LED or whether a small gap would remain. Regardless, even if you did line up two or more side by side, you would have to route wires from the top of the first to the bottom of the next. Lining up top to bottom (input to output) would leave a huge gap between the LED matrices.
News - Engineer Thursday - Teari… |
about 10 months ago
It looks like it tracks the hands and fingers surprisingly well. The downside is that I imagine your arms get rather tired when gesturing for any extended stretch of time.
News - Your April Caption Contes… |
I warned them what would happen if I saw another Arduino in a project that didn’t need one.
News - Your March Caption Contes… |
about a year ago
The engineering department wants to demonstrate what a package on package device is.
To make room for the larger snack tray, a little vertical integration was necessary.
News - The Slap Method for Solde… |
about 2 years ago
A demonstration of F=ma in action! You would make Newton proud– actually, probably not. Sorry. He was somewhat of a hardass, being Sir Isaac Newton and all.
No public wish lists :(