Spyder
Spyder
@spyder
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Joined: 2019-06-16 3:01 am
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RE: coming to you live

It was this one The latest one before I responded. Date of post 6-18

1 year ago
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RE: coming to you live

@duce-robot Video has been removed by the uploader

1 year ago
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RE: Bizarre Final Cut Pro Issues - any ideas?

@dronebot-workshop There's a lot to fathom here You're saying that screen grabbing seems to be the issue ? I saw this video by NovaSpirit on KVM...

1 year ago
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RE: coming to you live

@duce-robot It would seem like the subscriber should already be there with the rosserial_arduino, so the publisher (theoretically, if I understand t...

1 year ago
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RE: coming to you live

@duce-robot Okay, I see, this is using strictly arduino for this part So now I need to figure out how to trigger the arduino code with a publish c...

1 year ago
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RE: Remote control for Home Security Cameras.

I'm sorry that I suggested a relay connected to a raspberry pi via wifi when I see now that what you actually wanted was a relay connected to a wifi

1 year ago
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RE: I need help regarding HSR-2645CRH with PCA9685

@wolfsbane On my screen, the color for linked text doesn't show up much different from regular text, so it might be the same for you, but if you loo...

1 year ago
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RE: Engineering Mods

@duce-robot I've played with the Arduino for ROS with the MDD10, but, I'm not having the luck that you seem to have had Got any tips ?

1 year ago
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RE: Remote control for Home Security Cameras.

@roman47 Obviously I'm not understanding some part of your problem Could you connect the power supply of the ESP to an Alexa power socket ? The ...

1 year ago
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RE: I need help regarding HSR-2645CRH with PCA9685

I faced this on one of my robot arms. I modified a std servo to be continuous, and used PWM, but, when I swapped it out for an ACTUAL continuous rotat...

1 year ago
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RE: Remote control for Home Security Cameras.

@roman47 If Alexa is an option, you could use one of those Alexa power outlet wallwart devices, or a Raspi with a 4 relay HAT, or, I think the ESP32...

1 year ago
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RE: 12" High Daylight-Visible Outdoor Display

A 12 inch display, that uses very little power, doesn't cost as much as e-ink, and that you can see in the bright sunlight... Normally I would hav...

1 year ago
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RE: Epaper display on a battery powered project

@lydara As it turns out, it wasn't an Argon case, it was only the M.2 bottom thingy, so I used something else This is NOT a good representation of...

1 year ago
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RE: Epaper display on a battery powered project

The e-ink was already a running project, so that one was easy. You can tell from the shadow just how bright the sun is right now I'm still loading...

1 year ago
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RE: Epaper display on a battery powered project

@lydara I think the e-ink is more miserly, and I've used that one in the sun. You can see it fine. Glare is an issue, just like any other shiny surf...

1 year ago
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