Robomaniac

Member Since: March 9, 2009

Country: Canada

Profile

Spoken Languages

French and English

Universities

University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

Expertise

Robotics, PIC microcontrollers, embedded systems

Interests

Robotics

Websites

www.JeromeDemers.com

http://www.youtube.com/jeromedemers http://www.instructables.com/member/robomaniac

Publications

MAKE 12 - Beetlebot http://www.make-digital.com/make/vol12/?pg=150

  • the GPS mouting strategie is interesting! Mounting on gimbal would help but add weight. Double GPS with different orientation would add redundancy but would cost more.

  • Rudolf! Christmas is only in 8 months!

  • Are those labels made with those old school DYMO mechanical embosser? HAHA! nice

  • @Member #107619 (spaceinvader)

    google “FLiR One Tear down” and check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHQr6F7757c He started the reverse engineering of the camera.

    That is how you know the resolution.

  • Check the guys at Pure Engineering did a review: http://www.pureengineering.com/blog/seekthermalcamera

  • That’s great! Thanks for the tear down! The pictures are not high resolution enough.

    You can see more pictures here https://cdn.sparkfun.com/assets/home_page_posts/1/6/8/1/

    There is 2 U.FL antenna connector!? One on the bottom layer, one on the top layer.

  • OH I understand, it’s a generated code by quantum leap software. After looking at the product page and a video, I understand why they use a finite machine. I wonder if it is Fetco or quantum leap fault? Fetco not able to program and test the product OR quantum leap not generating the proper code?

    At least there is a SD card to update the firmware!!

  • Hi RobK, do you have some libraries? Did you write code for this? I did try lots of people code. I will look into what you said. Thank you

    I still want to use the 328 with my projet. I am using low power so when I use the 32u4 I disable the USB then screwing up the bootloader. I am in the middle of writting a code to detect batterie vs USB and go in sleep mode.

  • I have been playing those display. The sharp memory LCD are awesome! This LS013B4DN04 is mirror like. When all pixel are black, you can see your face in it.

    This is a 96x96 pixel screen. The peeble watch and othe smart watch use 144 x 168 or 128x128 resolution screen. Those resolution can not be run on a Arduino 328! There is not enough RAM to display. It’s a write-only display. The entire display has to be writting in RAM before sending to the screen. 128 x 128 = 16384 bits = 2.048 kB -> Arduino 328 = 2kB

    I started by using that breakout board and putting my own 128x128 display…. that did not work. I use a atmega32u4 to make it work.

  • 12uW is the display only! Page 6 of datasheet.

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