Aleksandr S.

Member Since: October 26, 2011

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-10593 | about a year ago

    Hey guys, I’m trying to advertise an indiegogo (it’s like Kickstarter) project at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/graphic-card-for-embedded-systems?c=home you should check their video examples.

    Last week I’ve been trying to order a LAVA10 from MYLIUM (which looks like a pretty capable VGA/SVGA controller), but they were out of stock and their engineer informed me that he was developing a new controller as a successor and wanted to crowd-source the development costs. He kindly asked to spread the word about it, so here I am.

  • Product DEV-10329 | about a year ago

    Hey guys, I’m trying to advertise an indiegogo (it’s like Kickstarter) project at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/graphic-card-for-embedded-systems?c=home you should check their video examples.

    Last week I’ve been trying to order a LAVA10 from MYLIUM (which looks like a pretty capable VGA/SVGA controller), but they were out of stock and their engineer informed me that he was developing a new controller as a successor and wanted to crowd-source the development costs. He kindly asked to spread the word about it, so here I am.

  • Product SEN-08958 | about a year ago

    First, for high order polynomials you should factor them like so: d = 306.439 + x * ( -512.611 + x * ( 382.268 + x * (-129.893 + x * 16.2537) ) ) The original equation had (ax4 = axxx*x) 4+3+2+1 = 10 multiplications and 4 additions/subtractions. Factored equation has 4 multiplications and 4 additions/subtractions.

    Second, I don’t know how you’re planning on running this at 50 Hz since the expected response time, based on the datasheet, is 38.3 ms (or ~26 Hz update frequency).

  • Product DEV-11663 | about a year ago

    Microsoft Visual Studio(Express is fine) with .NET Micro Framework is used to program these. See this line of videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhqjWmk9Wso

  • Product LCD-09568 | about 2 years ago

    Could you guys please update the eagle files with the newest schematic and a new datasheet with mechanical drawings? Also, did you keep the relative location of mounting holes relative to each other from the original “basic” display?

  • Product PRT-11037 | about 2 years ago

    Wire gauge?

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