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Xybernaut Wearable PC element14 presents  |  AirborneSurfer's VCP Profile |  Project Videos     As part of Project Xyberpunk for element14 Presents, I needed to teardown the Xybernaut MAIV wearable computer. In this video, I'll take the Xybernaut MAIV teardown to green boards to find out what kind of processor runs the Xybernaut MAIV as well as determine what other hardware is present inside it. ...
Xybernaut Wearable PC element14 presents  |  AirborneSurfer's VCP Profile |  Project Videos     As part of Project Xyberpunk for element14 Presents, I needed to teardown the Xybernaut MAIV wearable computer. In this video, I'll take the Xybernaut MAIV teardown to green boards to find out what kind of processor runs the Xybernaut MAIV as well as determine what other hardware is present inside it. ...
Xybernaut Wearable PC element14 presents  |  AirborneSurfer's VCP Profile |  Project Videos     In this video, we'll walk through how to install a TFT LCD screen on on a Raspberry Pi for small form factor or portable projects. This screen will form part of the head-mounted display for Project Xyberpunk on element14 Presents.   FBTFT driver: https://github.com
otro/fbtft/ RPi-FBCP service: https://github.com/tasanakorn/rpi-fbcp ...
Xybernaut Wearable PC element14 presents  |  AirborneSurfer's VCP Profile |  Project Videos     As part of Project Xyberpunk for element14 Presents, I wanted to explore the original, stock hard drive from the Xybernaut MAIV wearable computer. In this video, I'll use Linux Mint to explore the contents of the drive, see what kind of software support was required for the Xybernaut MAIV wearable computer, and get an idea of what it would take to replicate the system on ...
Xybernaut Wearable PC element14 presents  |  AirborneSurfer's VCP Profile |  Project Videos     In this video, we'll use the Arduino Leonardo-compatible Adafruit ATmega32u4 Featherboard to build a joystick-style mouse that can be used with any USB-equipped computer. This will be built into Project Xyberpunk to replace the Trackpoint-style mouse module in the original design.   Here's the code, for those of you following along at home:   //*************** ...