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Here's a test board for something I have in the hopper - Because an empty canvas is a terrible thing to waste.
I've written more about how I did it (in Altium) here, but the important takeaway is the colour pallet I sampled:
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Thank you for liking my Omni Machine project!
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Thanks for the follow of my ESP32 CANbus shield project
Thanks for liking my 'You are here' project and not getting lost; from a fellow Canadian at the other end of the country.
#You Are Here
Jarret thank you for following my StereoPi project!
What does this one do? https://hackaday.io/project/162203/gallery#8291498eb4d8b5c08c8f74d0b036ca97
Thanks for liking the "Hell-EeDee" project..
Thanks for liking the 'Not a Hack' project!
Hey Jarrett, thanks for another one buddy :-) #Five Cubed
Thanks for the follow!
Thanks for the follow. I recently also made a tiny ESP32 design. With esp32-pico-d4, lte-m/nb-iot module, gps module, mcp73831 battery charger and solar input, all in 50x27mm. The ESP32 part was only 1/4th of the surface area.
Yeah, it's a rad chip. I'm also watching what's going on with miniature MPPT systems for... some unusual purposes
Thanks for following BTCON!
Thankyou for the follow, be sure to skull anything you like :)https://hackaday.io/project/159232-phytoplankton-power-hybrid-microbial-fuel-cell
Thankyou for the follow, be sure to skull anything you like :)https://hackaday.io/project/159547-cyborg-360-ar-hud-motorcycle-helmet
Do You like #Pablo Odysseus ? Great !
Hi Jarret. Thank you for following my project # Lets make OSHW more successful! . We are currently looking for OSHW projects to collaborate with.
Thanks for following my ESP32 module project; I am afraid it will be short-lived though since my hackchat discovery of the ESP32-PICO-D4!
I mean... I was the one that told you about the ESP32-PICO-D4 :P
Yes? Good on you then, thanks!
Thanks for liking my Character LCD Controller project!
Thank you for following RGGBer project. It is now live on
https://www.crowdsupply.com/jie-zou/rggber-dev-kit and we will launch it in Aug 2017 and you may sign up for latest information. RGGBer Dev Kit makes embedded vision development easy!
Thanks for following. You have a great blog, hope more articles are coming.
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