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Mike Moore

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Kris Winer wrote a day ago point

Thanks for liking my Bee Minder project!

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robert wrote 2 days ago point

Thank you very much for liking my project #Upgrade your 3D printer from 8bit to 32bit  

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Vittorio Loschiavo wrote 2 days ago point

Thanks for like to my project https://hackaday.io/project/164233-leavening-cell

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Craig Hissett wrote 2 days ago point

Thanks for liking my #DIY SamplePad Controller project buddy! :-D

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Brian Cornell wrote 05/10/2019 at 13:31 point

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burkethos wrote 05/09/2019 at 22:54 point

Hello Mike, thank you for taking the time to look at my CUBEx8 project. https://hackaday.io/project/165465-cubex8

I have many more project logs to past as I explore design trade offs and choices. Thanks again!

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roelh wrote 05/07/2019 at 06:58 point

Hi Mike, thank you for liking the #Kobold - retro TTL computer !

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Andy wrote 05/07/2019 at 04:50 point

Hi - Thanks for liking BitsyLED https://hackaday.io/project/165227-bitsyled

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Aleksejs wrote 05/03/2019 at 00:57 point

Hi! Thanks for liking my project #Optical fiber link and CATV RF test device

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Daren Schwenke wrote 05/03/2019 at 00:06 point

Thank you for the Like of my #P2 - Pick and Place for 3D Printers and #FilaMecanum projects!

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Dennis wrote 04/30/2019 at 21:56 point

Hi Mike thanks for liking and following Dustbot. Also I love your project Bobble-Bot

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roelh wrote 04/29/2019 at 06:56 point

Hi Mike, thank you for liking and following #1 Square Inch TTL CPU ! However, this project is completed and continued in the next project, #Kobold - retro TTL computer . Please check it out !

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Craig Hissett wrote 04/29/2019 at 06:08 point

Hey buddy, thanks for liking my #Multi fx Stomp Box project :)

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RichardCollins wrote 04/29/2019 at 00:54 point

Mike, I see you are living in Houston.  I live near the Whole Foods next to Allen Parkway.

Thanks for liking my project.  Do you have any suggestions or questions?  The requirements are pretty stiff, but I seem to be making progress.  I want to try a new method for measuring small distances. Because I do not have tools for working with Bose Einstein Concensates (BECs) or atom interferometers and such, I am working to use super-resolutions methods with laser interferometers, or some really cute camera statistical methods I think might work, or some variations on precise magnetic, capacitance, atomic force or electrochemical precise position sensing.  I have to pick one to try soon. I am not watching the clock, but I think I better quit having fun and build one or several to see if I can meet my goal of tracking the sun and moon.  

Not much luck on high sampling rate. The BEC gravimeters "kick" the atoms, and use an analog correlation like phased array radar, and sonar.  I am familiar with the digital versions, and scrambling to remember basic circuits.

I wrote a note just now about a candidate for the mass of the graviton.  It is not particularly relevant to this project, but I have worked at it off and on for half a century.  It is another of those many things that will die with me.  People don't seem to care about stuff like that anymore.  

Do you have an idea for a project yourself? Is there anything I can do to help?

It seems the drift of your project is rapid, precise movements that look random, clumsy and constantly on the verge of disaster.  They look "funny" because the adjustments to recover from near disaster are complex and nearly impossible to predict or follow.  You wonder why it doesn't crash.  Constantly on the razor edge of instability.   If you use the drone controllers, they have massive power capabilities for small things, so you can apply tremendous accelerations, very precisely.  I have not seen them in bobble robots, and you might want a multiarm, multiheaded thing that goes beyond stands like a human, shaped thingy.

Have you tried that HackaDay workspace here in Houston? 

Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation

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Mike Moore wrote 04/29/2019 at 02:38 point

Oh, great. I'm down in Clear Lake by JSC. No suggestions at the moment. Just appreciate the creativity required to go for something like this. Good luck!

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Dr. Cockroach wrote 04/28/2019 at 23:47 point

Good evening Mike and thanks for liking #My first Fursuit - Yes I am a Furry . I need to update the project but here is a video of the suit in action so far as far as the head and paws :-D

https://youtu.be/GYm9g6f-CSM

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Mike Moore wrote 04/29/2019 at 02:39 point

Yea this one of the more interesting projects on here. Good luck. Looks great

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Dr. Cockroach wrote 04/29/2019 at 09:14 point

Thanks, I'm, not exactly mainstream with my projects ;-)

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castvee8 wrote 04/28/2019 at 15:57 point

Thank you for liking my project!

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