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3.1 Activity 1: Seven Segment Display (SSD)
3.2 Activity 2: Convective Heat Transfer Coefficient
3.3 Activity 3: Natural Frequency of a Cantilevered Beam
3.4 Activity 4: Position Control of a DC Motor
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1. Introduction For years always wanted to build something that harvests energy but I could never quite manage to actually start the projects off. I like the idea of recycling waste heat in air conditioning or waste water to extract old heat energy but have never had the confidence to re-plumb the house. I did once make a very large and heavy aluminium plate heat exchanger that could pull the energy from waste heat exhausted from a house (e.g. the bathroom) and would warm ...
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3. Starter Literature
4. What is on the Digilent BASYS MX3 Board
Control and Sensors
5. Software Install
IDE and Programmer
Microchip Code Configurator (MCC)
BASYS MX3 Library
6. Board Connecti ...
Just a quick update that might help other BB-AI experimenters. I managed to get the TIDL software to identify the cat example iBox: #2 Setting up the BB-AI so I decided to try and identify a moth: I pulled it into the BB_AI using wget command and placed it in the same place where the cat jpeg file was located. Although TIDL imagenet ran on this file it wasn't able to read it, although the test was finished with a PASSED, which was a bit strange. I tried renaming my file from Moth1,jpg to M ...
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