TheTrustedOne

Member Since: August 29, 2008

Country: Canada

Profile

Organizations

KWartzLab Hacker Space; Digital Awakenings; Robotskill.ca - A combat robot league in Kitchener Ontario

Websites

http://www.robotskill.ca

  • Product DEV-09266 | about 2 years ago

    Definitly,

    The only question remaining is capture rate, if you are looking for a sample 1000 times a second, this processor probably wont be able to keep up. However at 10hz with 5 sensors, again depending on the complexity of the sample capture (I.E. Read I2C, analog, SPI) etc it should be able to keep up.

  • Product TOL-09672 | about 3 years ago

    Any idea when these will be back?

  • News - Happy Free Day | about 3 years ago

    You are owed something because you decided to participate in something for the chance to get free money but didnt get free money, please, huge sense of entitlement, dont tell me, dont tell me, American?
    STFU, Learn from Canada

  • News - Happy Free Day | about 3 years ago

    You joined yesterday? so you have never ordered anything from them, and they should give you free stuff why?

  • News - Happy Free Day | about 3 years ago

    New rules for next year, Account must be atleast 2 years old to play :)

  • Product SEN-10073 | about 4 years ago

    Anyone know if this reader can READ the encrypted HID cards. The system we have in place uses the 125 Khz HID cards and we would like to expand upond it.

  • News - Learn How to Stencil! | about 4 years ago

    Please tell me you will post the video from this class, Canada is a little too far away from you to attend

  • Product DEV-10107 | about 4 years ago

    Mega version anyone?, extend the board, keep the standard form factor up front, and all the other free pins in the back :)

  • Product DEV-10054 | about 4 years ago

    How is this different from a standard Basic 16x2 Character LCD, other then it is cheaper. Not complaining, I like cheaper, just curious.

  • News - Even more new products | about 4 years ago

    Crim,
    That might be because Arduino is a much easier platform for someone who has never done uC programming before. I know that when I started to try to learn it even with a very strong background in coding, PIC just hurt my head alot. Jumped to arduino, then to AVR C and AVR asm and it is just nicer then the PIC environment was to me.
    JM2C

No public wish lists :(