Alex V

Member Since: February 7, 2009

Country: United States




  • That's not what "embodied cognition" means... what you're describing is "ubiquitous computing".

  • Good on you, Sparkfun! Thank you for speaking out about this horrendous situation. As a child of immigrants, this absurd, discriminating ban and the overall theme of the present administration's approach toward immigrants is sickening. Silence and complacency are not an option during such troubling times.

    Cheers, A. Volk

  • Is the silkscreen reference frame correct? It's not a right hand reference frame, which is quite irregular...

  • But that's still the same physical scenario -- the 2 and 10 kilo weights would fall at the same rates. Both in the case of just gravity and this counter-weight arm, you have a constant net force affecting your different coins. Since the acceleration and the initial velocities of all the coins will always be the same, their fall times will be as well. So no, that can't be right either.

  • Oh wow I remember when tilt compensated compasses were $150+

    And this was like 3 years ago! Damn.

  • I know the feeling, dave. My highschool made a big deal about the Intel Research Competition (same as Siemens' thing) - gave people class credit for it and everything... not that it didn't take a lot of work by the kids, but that was in terms of writing about what their "mentors" did, while the kids themselves just cleaned test tubes at the lab.
    tl;dr average kids falsely taking credit for advanced work is common at these sorts of competitions
    But it's good to hear this kid knew what he was talking about, wish I had more friends like him back at that age.

  • You could use Fritzing to set up breadboard circuit diagrams.

  • Oh I see, so this is outputs pure magnetic-magnitude-per-axis then? Thanks for the help

  • How does this compare to the pricey HMC6343?

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