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I had been one of the first to test the platform. Next days I will make some more other sensor boards that I have in mind for real-world application hopefully useful for the team.
P.S. I sent you an important PM a couple of days ago, please, check it. Thank you in advance.
I had another idea for a sensorboard and tried to enter it but the page was nonresponsive. Is more than one entry allowed?
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I've just noticed I have a similar issue, but with my first sensorboard. I'm stuck on the Type page, where clicking on any box has no response
(with Chrome and Edge). Hi dudley.nelson is this a known issue? I'm seeing some errors:
I created a board a few weeks ago and recently have started to face issues when revisiting my design or creating a new one. I am using Firefox though.
have been having issues with firefox on the site lately even some videos not loading properly bit of a pain eh.
I'm having issues also. If I navigate to the page How to Create your Dream SensorBoard when I am not logged in, the page loads successfully. If I then log in, the page becomes unresponsive (the slideshows go black, the inbox doesn't display and I can't log out again). This was using Chrome.
I didn't know this was going on. Let me just to get some action on it.
sorry for the inconvenience.
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A member of our development team has commented on this here https://www.element14.com/community/message/276558/l/re-unable-to-edit-a-document#276558 a restart of the website is being scheduled to solve the problem as it's more of a site-wide issue.
We are currently running a project called Dream Sensorboard: Dream SensorBoard
It's a spin off of the original Dreamboard project: DreamBoard
Rhe Dream Sensorboard project is a collaboration of element14 and Molex.
Molex wants to get some test designers to produce sample designs of a sensorboard that could be produced as a daughterboard.
They asked element14's members to provide input in what kind of sensors should be included, along with any other relevant features.
The RoadTest group has a lot of experience with dev boards so I am asking a simple favor: if you have some time, please submit your own design. It doesnt take much time and you could win a pretty good prize for your efforts! Design your Dream SensorBoard and Win an Oculus Quest with $300 of Products!
I know some of you have already, so many thanks.
RoadTest Program Manager