We are now a few hours to the next vote, so I think I won't work on the documentation anymore until then. The project will make the cut to the next contest stage, or will not, it's now too late to change this fate.
So, I think it is a great time to thank the people who contributed to this project, either with providing some hardware, or with giving some time, or both. This project could not have gone so far without these people :
- PiModules donated the main prototype's powering circuit and laser cut enclosure. On the other hand Ioannis is always present when I encounter problems.
- LeMaker team worked so hard to improve their software and allow the BPi prototye to work in time. They are also of great help with many things along the way.
- Many people offered their help in one way or another : the swiss people that invited me for a device's show, the hackaday readers who gave some very contructive critizism about the project, the friends and relatives who donated time, advices and critizisms, and of course my best half who supports me day after day.
Of course, I wish to thank HackaDay team for bringing me the chance to get some attention about this device. Before this contest, I wasn't that sure my device concept could be interesting to people. Now, I don't have any doubts about it.
This contest is only the beginning about this device. Many more improvements are planned, and I'm already working hard towards a future marketing scheme. Partners and customers are identified already, it is just a matter of time (and money) right now.
Now, back to coding...