Member Since: June 26, 2009

Country: United States



30yrs of bleeding edge software, now working maker spaces


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Maui Makers, CrashSpace

  • anyone set this up on a raspberry pi? i've been using an a/d + thermocouple amp but its picking up far too much noise (rather far tween kiln and controller). putting a set of these on kiln + differential driver pair should make things a lot better.

  • love that it has a qwiic connector there next to artemis. greatly simplifies a LOT of prototype projects

  • do you have the Resistive Touch version available (gen4-4DCAPE-70T vs 70CT)? even back order?

  • What code are you using for the different patterns? How complex of sequences and collections of simultaneous different patterns are you running? I've been digging around for different code patterns for this, having written one that layers over NeoPixel library (aka NeoEffects on GitHub)

  • Alas is shutting down operations as of November 2016

  • Nice intro, but as an embedded maker MatLab et al dont thrill me. I used to work at a large industrial R&D center where LOTS of work was done with MatLab. The PI's did great work and wrote great papers but in the end the customers (industry/govt) complained that they had to rebuild entirely based on published papers because the MatLab code would not run on the portable systems they built.

    It would be VERY cool to see an ANC application built on something like the Teensy Audio board or perhaps an FPGA device (possibly combined with teensy or other general purpose front end).

  • Thats a very cool project on its own... although a bit different than what I'd asked about, it is a LOT closer to what I just built (CT sensor plus relay controlled by 'duino/net) I like the pic of the coated board... a bit less likely to make magic smoke fire. Hopefully people only use for the appropriate amperage loads... no refrigerators.

  • would buy one or three for myself and put more into project kits to get people up to speed on stuff. AC in, 3.3vdc out to processor and some sensors, 5vdc for other sensors and relays and such. Industrial Internet of Things is going to be a big bunch of niche markets - small scale production instrumented and reporting online.

  • IoT winds up being most of the categories. IPv6 is one enabling tech required therein. One product I'd LOVE to see from you to help us experiment with these areas is a good small AC-5v/3.3vdc supply. Something that takes the AC power and gives 5v and 3.3v and fits in with the smaller packages IoT projects need. The dual voltage outputs let us run low power processors, and have the higher power for those devices that need it (relays, etc) There are things from ali*** but I'd rather buy usa for reasonably fast delivery... and supporting our fav supplier

  • I'd love to see a board that is a mashup of this and the ProtoScrewShield. A Teensy Screw Shield? Stacking gets a bit tall

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