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kristina panos

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chewabledrapery wrote 3 months ago 1 point

Thanks for the interest Kristina! :)

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DainBramage wrote 4 months ago point

Thank you kindly!

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kristina panos wrote 4 months ago point

You're welcome! :)

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Stefan Lochbrunner wrote 5 months ago point

Thanks for the skull :)

Do you have some feedback?

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Mohan wrote 5 months ago point

Thanks for the skull. :)

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Sascha Grant wrote 5 months ago point
Thanks for the skull :)

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Scott wrote 8 months ago point
Thanks for featuring my Pain Machine!

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Stefan Hamminga wrote 8 months ago point
Hi Kristina! Thanks for the skull and frontpage article, I really appreciate it! I've been very busy with the Kickstarter, but I do plan to post some more updates here (at the very least some of the testing modules & breakout boards I designed). How's your project working? Keeping you on your feet?

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kristina panos wrote 8 months ago point
Hi Stefan! You're welcome! I wish I would have looked at your project sooner so that we could put more eyes on your Kickstarter. Please do keep updating your project here. I do hope that you continue to seek funding to bring Scrobby to market!

Thanks for asking--for some reason, it doesn't work as well powered through the wall USB as it does to the computer. I've put it away for awhile, but you've inspired me to drag it out again. :) I've been meaning to design away to either distribute the force sensing to a broader area or concentrate my weight to the tiny sensor pad. I built it for my desk chair at the office, which has some curves molded in that don't help matters much. Although really, it should be designed to work with any chair no matter the firmness or topography.

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Starhawk wrote 8 months ago point
Holy crap, thanks for the +Skull! I've been, um, distracted lately (read: lost interest, as usual) but I promise I *WILL* finish the AST eventually.

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kristina panos wrote 8 months ago point
You're welcome! We'd like to write a post about it. Do you have any pictures that aren't on your io project?

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Jeremy Weatherford wrote 8 months ago point
Sweet, thanks for the skull and the front-page post!

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dajgoro.labinac wrote 9 months ago point
Thx for the skull!

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Willem wrote 9 months ago point
Thanks for the lovely skull!

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Paul_Beaudet wrote 11 months ago point
Thanks for the skull Kristina! If you have any questions about the neotype project feel free to reach out.

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Solenoid wrote 11 months ago point
Thanks for the skull :)

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kristina panos wrote 11 months ago point
You bet! I totally voted for your bottlebot.

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