Thur 11/30 Stream: Let's correct some things on the Mega IIe rev 3 design!
Mega IIe: An Apple IIe-compatible computer build around the Mega-II chip from an Apple IIGS.
I streamed this project for a couple of years.
Here's the final video.
Anyway, if your firm is looking for a competent Linux engineer, I'm eagerly waiting for someone, anybody, to give me a chance.
If not, at least a boost would be appreciated.
These surfaces borrow concepts from Orgami to fold into different shapes.
Pierce Nicols shows off Pathfinder: A robot prototype that sails. It started with laser cut plywood, 3d printed parts, and RC model components. Then we learned about what changed. #HackadaySupercon
Dr. Prutchi shows how armatures can participate pin deep space exploration by receiving signals from spacecraft. (and compares it to watching blades of grass grow, lol.) #hackadaysupercon
Nathan Jones is expertly explaining how last year’s #hackadaysupercon badge, the Voja4, is more than just a blinky toy—its a full computer.
More context with an excellently drawn graph.
“No plan survives the contact with the enemy. ” Szymon and Jakub talk about the challenges of building a non-invasive blood pressure measurement device and then porting it to Zephyr RTOS at #hackadaysupercon
Learning about $5 MCUs for wireless hacking from @AlexLynd #hackadaysupercon with his various WiFi projects (mostly ESP based.)
Thur Nov 2 Stream: Let's finish the Apple II+ Schematic in KiCad! (And then I'm headed to Supercon!)
Created AddOhms on YouTube, Workbench Wednesdays host on element14 Presents, writer for HacksterIO, oh, and, bald.
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