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Hey! I saw you added thumbmouse to the SOICbite list. I also used it on BicycleCompanion (https://hackaday.io/project/24907-bicyclecompanion), btw. Thanks for sharing the design for SOICbite, really useful =D
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You're welcome, I'm so pleased it seems to be helpful for so many people. I love seeing it crop up on different designs.
Hi Simon, thanks for your interest in the ErgoDox build! I probably should have started up an IO project in tandem with the build. It's all done now, and I don't really have any more pictures on top of what was in the article (I desperately need to get a boom camera and a foot switch set up over the bench). Plenty of things went wrong, so maybe I will start up a project to highlight my failures along the way.
Err, whaat? How did you build it so fast? The article made it sound like you were still making design choices! All the photos in the article I thought were from stock because you gave credit to other sources, so which one was yours? Would love to see. I am looking at the right article, aren't I? https://hackaday.com/2020/05/06/inputs-of-interest-im-building-an-ergodox/
Yes, that's the right one :) The full-width picture of the PCBs, the cable kit, and the bowl of Cherry blues are pictures I took of my parts. I started ordering parts in late March. I sort of felt like I had to build it as I was writing so I knew better what I was talking about. Tell you what -- I'll start a project for it today, and the first thing I'll do is put up pictures of the completed build.
@kristina panos I'd like to see, thanks!
Thank you for following Laser Galvo Clock!
@Alan Green de rien!
Thanks for following my People Counter project SImon!
@Kris Winer thanks for the rundown of different sensors. I'm interested in how the window / FOV blocking affects the speed of response on the calipile unit. Did it take much trial and error to get the aperture diameter and offset right?
Not sure we have it right yet. The aperture doesn't affect the read rate of the sensor, at least not that I can tell but I haven't specifically looked at this. The aperture affects the change in temperature detected due to a human passing by. There is just one pixel, and the large field of view means the temperature rise is going to be averaged over a large area. For this application, it is better to narrow the field of view to obtain a larger (and I suppose faster) temperature rise rather than have the human heat island swamped by a sea of ambient background. Best will be slightly-angled but short tubes, probably designed into a 3D container. We are presently working to optimize this device, and the constriction is one of the design parameters.
Thanks for following my MAX32660 Motion Co-Processor project!
Thank you for educating us on the implementation of these systems. Such a need for that, compared to the resources covering the theory, which are relatively easily available.
Great to meet you at Maker Faire UK!
Great to meet you too! Still got that supercap tindie badge idea rolling round my head. Made one of the normal ones with my four year old last weekend https://i.imgur.com/TXERFAG.jpg
Sadly the pin and switch seemed to be missing from the other one you gave me (for my daughter) but I've ordered spare parts.
Still hasn't stopped us from shutting ourselves in our wardrobe for a disco using the one badge!
Hi Simon, thanks for following my battery balancer project! :)
You're welcome. Julian Ilett would be very interested in this project and his YouTube channel has at least a couple of videos that discuss potential methods for efficient cell balancing.
Yup, I've seen his videos. Very interesting indeed.
Howdy! Thanks for the follow!
Eric(?), you're very welcome! I'm interested in this project because I am interested in robot arms and closed loop control (not experienced). I'm looking forward to reading more about the potential simplicity of your concept. So far, I'm not clear how it would work without resulting in a more complex need to know the states of the other degrees of freedom before working out each element's next move. But as I said, I have no experience of this area so I'm optimistic about the findings.
Great thoughts, I'll address them in the next log-update! Prepare to be underwhelmed :)
Thanks for the follow!
You're welcome! Very interesting.
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