01/23/2019 at 19:32 •
So I have a pile of these NANO-QM871-i1-i5 single board x86 PCs. They have about 8GB of RAM a dual core i5 and all the standard connectivity + more, its rated for industrial temps and conditions. The fun thing about these is the documentation is terrible, its not very clear where the poweron pins are located so anyways posting it here to see if anyone has any experience with these, I have quite a few and I want to get some of them powered on. My plan is to put a few in a box running Ubuntu/Bitwig to host software synths so I can embed and integrate them with my hardware synth setup.
04/04/2018 at 14:54 •
Hey folks got a few projects in the running for the prize this year!!
Freedom Run - Robotics Motion Controller
StepDC - Replace your stepper motors with DC motors and or servos
OmniMic - Give your Robot the ability to sense sound and the direction from which it came
Vento - ESP32 + STM32 IoT board I need to finish this so I'm entering it again
Aria - ESP8285 + STM32 IoT board I need to finish this so I'm entering it again
RepRap-XY-i2 - I need to finish this so I'm entering it again
please give my projects a like !!! and if you got any you are entering comment them below!!!
03/29/2017 at 16:35 •
Hey folks! So for this year I decided to enter battery of projects into the Hackaday Prize! The reason for this is to motivate myself into finishing some of m partially completed or near completed projects. Some projects in this list are started, some blank, but most either partial or near complete. I will be prioritizing the projects that have the most likes, since part of open source is to give back to the community, it doesn't make sense for me to finish projects that don't have maximum benefit to the community etc.
In addition to the battery of projects I entered in the first week, I will be working on one main bigger project with my frequencent HaD.io collaborator Shane Kirkbride. We are still in the brainstorming phase as of yet, we want to do something bigger and more out of the box but also achievable. HydroPWNics was a hard project to complete in the time of the competition so the next year we scaled back with the SunLeaf and had a lot more success at building a functional device as well as completing competition requirements. We are hoping to have similar success and a similar project scope as SunLeaf but hopefully a much more original and exciting idea!
I am very excited for the upcoming competition season and I am eager to see what everyone is going to build as well as what everyone thinks of my contributions. Anyways here are the projecsts I am entering this year!
Happy Hacking and good luck to everyone !!!!!!