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This is the final blog for my unofficial entry in the Picasso Design Challenge. I set out to create a holonomic mobile robot (which is a robot that doesn't change the orientation of the chassis even when the chassis is moving in different directions) that used a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Camera V2 to display a magnified or close up image of a portion of a Picasso picture. And that is what I have just about managed to produce. It seems a little fragile and I wouldn't want to move it about too much, a ...
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Vidor's Toccata

Posted by alisterw May 25, 2019
Please excuse the dreadful joke!   Something I have been trying to build for the last N years, where N is >0x30, is to build an electronic organ. Every time I start building something, technology moves on. The first attempt uses a top octave generator IC followed by loads of divider IC, and keying was done by a shed-load of SN74L00N quad NAND gates. Sadly they leaked  some audio when supposed to be off.   I see someone has built an organ tuner for his Trio electronic theatre ...
Programmable Logic Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a chance to win up to a $200 Shopping Cart of Product! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   WOPR STORY   Hello There, WOPR is in the movie WARGAMES from Disney, a phantomatic Defence system of Armed Forces that has some lights blinking and sounds around it, it plays a role as supercomputer that playes a tris game with a young hacker to win the thermonuclear war. A par ...