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A project log for HiveTracker

A tiny, low-cost, and scalable device for sub-millimetric 3D positioning.

DrixDrix 02/17/2019 at 00:001 Comment

Are you a hardware dev, or full stack dev? (software and firmware!)

Do you know how to use a JTAG probe, GCC, etc?

Did you already build your own HiveTracker clone, or get one form us?

This post should help.

0) Hardware

Complete your kit with photo sensors:

https://www.triadsemi.com/product/ts4112-4-inch-pigtail-flex/

...and maybe a logic analyser:

https://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-logic-analyzer.html?SortType=price_asc

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1) Firmware

Follow the flashing tutorial:

https://github.com/HiveTracker/firmware#firmware

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2) Software

All of this is still in progress but you can find good starting points here :

- WEB BLE (javascript): https://github.com/HiveTracker/hivetrackerjs

- Blender: https://github.com/HiveTracker/Kalman-Filter

- Bonsai: https://github.com/HiveTracker/bonsai-interface

- Unity: https://github.com/HiveTracker/HiveTracker-unity 

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TODO list:

- Make current BLE firmware more robust
- Embed calibration (to allow the trackers to measure bases coordinates)
- Embed filtering/fusion (Kalman, etc)
- LightHouse V2.0 adaptation w/ FPGA
- Cost optimizations...

Discussions

Ken Yap wrote 10/12/2019 at 21:43 point

Oooh, whcich CATalog did you order those kittens from? 🐱👍🐱👍🐱👍

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