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  • The New Model

  • The design models have been 3D printed and assembled. We made two devices, only the outer casings are different in the two models. One is printed on a SLS 3d printer (Nylon PA-12) and another one with an FDM 3D printer (PLA Black).Both the models are...
  • Removing undesired reflections/spots

  • Hey all!This is another project log to update the latest developments of OWL (Just in case you forgot, we call it OWL because, well, Open Indirect Ophthalmoscope, OIO).So, since the last time I made a log, we’ve been working on--making an elegant GUI...
  • Design Considerations

  • Earlier version of the device was reconsidered in terms of following aspects:• Accommodating for different refractive errors • Aesthetics • Ergonomics • Weight distribution OIO ASSEMBLY EXPLODED ASSEMBLY1. ACCOMMODATING FOR DIFFERENT REFRACTIVE ERRORS...
  • BASIC Assembler

  • Can't find a way to add files to the project, so I'm just going to paste below - sorry.  First is the BASIC program, then a text file I wrote to document the code.  My apologies to anyone who tries to read this; I have no experience with BASIC.Here is...
  • BASIC Assembler Fix

  • Well, it turns out that BASIC strings can be at most 255 bytes long.  I was trying to keep all of the labels from an assembly file in one BASIC string, which meant I couldn't have very many labels.  Below is an updated BASIC assembler which fixes this...
  • NeuroBytes v0.92 Prototype

  • Today, the NeuroBytes project takes its first baby step into the 21st century.Okay, ignore the extremely sketchy construction techniques. It's an STM32F0 Discovery board, chosen due to its extremely low cost (under $10) and built-in ST-LINK programmer....
  • FLED

  • ​So we had an idle Friday afternoon here at SupplyFrame HQ and our evil overlord Alek asked us to build something cool for the office.With the restriction of only having a day to build we didn't have many choices in what we could source components for,...
  • Securing the LEDs

  • Now that we had most of the LEDs it was time to start fixing them to the backboard.First off we hot glued all the LEDs into place on the backboard which was a sheet of plywood. This took a little while but John P, Tom M, and Albert all pitched in and...
  • Making the frame

  • ​Now we wanted this display to look really sweet since it will be on our office wall for some time to come. To make it look gorgeous we decided to make the frame out of white foamed PVC board, and the front diffuser out of 1/4" thick white acrylic.First...
  • Adding the electronics

  • ​To drive this system we decided to use a Raspberry Pi and Arduino Micro combination.The Raspberry Pi runs a stack of Nginx, Memcached and NodeJS which then feeds desired LED colors to the Arduino Micro which streams them out over the WS2811 protocol...
  • A working display!

  • ​Finally Ivan screwed the backboard into place. One of the great things about using Foamed PVC is you can basically treat it like wood, it holds a screw well and is easy to cut and saw.With our fingers crossed we switched it on, and to our delight we...
  • Software stack

  • ​The display is looking great, but we really need to make this into more than just a pretty rainbow colored matrix.To do this we decided we wanted to be able to open up the control of the lights to all our developers, and we want to be able to feed data...