Ezward
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Joined: 2020-04-09 2:39 pm
Last seen: 2022-10-17 6:41 pm
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RE: Raspberry Pi Replacements

I have noticed that OrangePi have upped their game recently. Documentation and the website generally is much better. They have come out with a Raspb...

2 years ago
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RE: GPS Modules with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Loved the video. I've been recently working on RTK GPS for a RaspberryPi rover without a base station using the Sparkfun F9P SMA board. I ran into a...

2 years ago
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RE: Nonce is invalid

I little research indicates that 'Nonce is invalid' is an issue with the Wordpress instance, so someone probably wants to take a look at that.

3 years ago
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RE: Nonce is invalid

Not a forum I'm trying to post a comment on the main (wordpress?) site. I left a comment a while back and I see that the link I put in is broken. I...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

@dronebot-workshop You can get a go-pro base for standard 1/4" tripod mount for a few bucks; links in the docs/p>

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

@codecage I don't have an option to edit those posts any more. Can you give me that option or edit those for me? Thanks.

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

Here is a 3D printed mount I created for the ESP32cam that adapts it for go pro mount. . I use this in my own ESP32cam robot project. It leaves all ...

3 years ago
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RE: Build an ESP32CAM Robot Car

This is my favorite video/article so far; a really nice, inexpensive design with a lot of educational possibilities. I have a similar project with th...

3 years ago
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RE: Getting Started with PlatformIO

I use PlatformIO for my differential drive robot project, For this project is has two advantages over the Arduino IDE 1) It is much easier to structur...

3 years ago
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RE: Mounting the ESP-32 cam

Oops, I meant they have male header pins; use a female jumper. (I wish I could edit these posts after they have been moderated!)

4 years ago
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RE: Mounting the ESP-32 cam

@codecage In most versions you need to solder a leads onto the two motors, but you can get motors with leads presoldered. I'm using a L9110S as the m...

4 years ago
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RE: ESP-32 Cam problem

I can't find a way to edit the post. @codecage can you fix that as an admin?

4 years ago
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RE: ESP-32 Cam problem

@chucketn, I'm wondering which version of the ESP32 board library you are using; apparently older versions had a bug using the AI Thinker module where...

4 years ago
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