starnovice
@starnovice
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Joined: 2019-06-15 8:39 pm
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RE: Issue with simple sketch

Remove the ";" after your if statement and before the "{" Pat W

4 years ago
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RE: ROS Learning

@spyder They have some free courses along with the subscription

4 years ago
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RE: ROS Learning

I liked The Construct courses. Plus if you register you will get weekly tutorials.

4 years ago
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RE: LED color vs. LED brightness?

There are 3 leds inside of a multicolored led, red, green, and blue. What you are varying is the intensity of each led and then it is your eye that m...

4 years ago
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RE: Buyer Beware!

Darn Steve, it is bad enough paying a 50% shipping charge without also not having it show up! Hopefully it is still on the way and will show up befor...

4 years ago
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RE: IR Modual

@xybitz I have found that some IR controllers output 0xFFFFF if you hold the button down, indicating a repeat signal. You need to set a variable to t...

4 years ago
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RE: Mapping Floats

@ryano085 The map function only does integer arithmetic hence the reason for @robotBuilder suggesting a floating point function to use instead.

4 years ago
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RE: Arsenio from Madrid (Spain). How about resuming the DB-1 project in the near future?

@Arsenio @dronebot-workshop I'm with you Arsenio. I have been working on mine by myself but it would be nice to see some more guidance from Bill. ...

4 years ago
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RE: Ship model with custom made transmitter and Raspberry Pi control

I have not had experience with the MCP3008 but I would like to hear more about your transmitter design.

4 years ago
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RE: BerryBoot Pi from SSD (Multiboot ?)

I'm really excited about being able to use and SSD to boot the Pi on my Dronebot. I think with ROS it will be a big improvement.

4 years ago
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RE: ESP-32 Cam problem

I thought most 5GHz routers also had a 2.4GHz output. You may want to check with your provider about this.

4 years ago
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RE: ESP32-CAM WiFi + bluetooth Camera Module

@codecage An FTDI has a power supply? I just found this on Sparkfun "One of the nice features of this board is a jumper on the back of the board that ...

4 years ago
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RE: ESP32-CAM WiFi + bluetooth Camera Module

@codecage My understanding is, you use 5 volts on the ESP32, it converts it to 3.3v. You power the FTDI with this 3.3v. The FTDI does not power th...

4 years ago
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RE: ESP32-CAM WiFi + bluetooth Camera Module

@codecage I'm not Bill :-) but in the video he also points out that the 5 volts goes through a 3.3 volt regulator. So it shouldn't change the way you...

4 years ago
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RE: Let's start an argument about arguments!

@joelyddon you could do that but then it wouldn't be portable to another compiler.

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