Ready to party
WHee!! Got a RuuviTracker devkit, thanks lj
Making LCD "backpack" with 595 driving the 4-bit interface
Playing UHKA at Kirjasto10
Glued the beagleboard enclosure in place
This looks a bit funky
Quick breakout ofr uMax8 packaged high-side driver
I need to do a bit of clleanup (it's a very tight fit in the first place) but this ought to work.
The other side
Test print of replacement part
Oh noes, my emerg. supply of schokakola had melted in my backpack...
This atrocious soldering job cost me plenty of debugging time
WTF Itella, you put your shipping labels on the *bottom* of a package that has these markings?!?
I need to identify this connector type
Looney and/or Guardian on stage @ASM2013
Muffler on stage @ASM2013
Kebu on stage @ASM2013
Proteus @Ropecon XX
Artemis setup at Ropecon XX
"Charlie dont't surf" a Ropecon classic
Playtesting "Call of the Toad King", it was good
A piece of aluminium milled to the corretc x/y dimensions.
It seems a part of the X52 I bought used was broken or at least greatly weakened. It failed on me... So i decided to make a new one, here are the measurements.
Unboxing, part 5
Unboxing, part 4
Unboxing, part 3
Unboxing, part 2
Unboxing, part 1
There is no overkill...
Strain relief & insulation with hot glue
New power adapters for my timelapse rig
Bypassed the polyfuse in my RPI
Proof that it works.
Added Qi wireless charging support to a powerbank
The velcroed ISP in action
New electrode placement
Fixing a board bug with wire
Velcroed the ISP on the hat so I can reprogram the XMega while wearing it
THis f*cker was supposed to keep my bikes battery charged during the winter, apparently it failed... I now need a new battery too.
Lost so much of the NLRAF text that scratched the rest of it away too.
Game room decorations
And the decal in place
Using lab stickers (thta have weak glue) to keep everyting i place for actual application
Used the laser to cut a decal from vinyl
First attempt at lasercut vinyl decal. was too small for succesfull transfer of the text, the wings turned out surprisingly good
Framed some art, then realized I bought 1 too few frames...
Seen at the K-market parking lot
Totems at the Helsinki central railway station
The PCB after shearing leftovers
The PCB after etching
The PCB exposed and developed
Getting ready to etch a PCB for a friend
Two assembled TGAM breakout boards
Assembling a TGAM breakout board
The TGAM breakout boards arrived
This used gas mask looks really cool, it's slightly too small but I paid only 10 EUR for it...
Assembled paryhat, with velcro so i can convert it to more portable format as needed
RPI output on the coms console BW TV
Can't recall if the insides of our "geiger counter" have been photographed
The cut & bent reflector next to the diffuser
Making reflectors @Stadi Mallarit workshop
Building smart intervalometer rig.
Made two thumbnuts for 1/4" UNC thread (other shown with a short lenght of threadstock)
That went well...
Refletor test run
Reflectors and LEDs glued with thermal glue
Cutting by hand leads to less-than-perfect but usable results
Making two reflectors
This will be a diffusor, but i need to figure a function for that curve...
One down, 13 to go...
Seen in Westend bus-stop
Testing idle sleep
Soldered two RGB leds to IDC cable connecting to the board
Two ultracaps in series for 5V 1300F goodness
Filing the bandsawed edges
How to get more power handling out of puny 0805 resistotrs ? Stack 'em
3 partyhatwork boardss with their XMegas
Making 3 XMega boards
Everything glued down
We have output
Added ATTiny85 as controller for the 7-segment LED sign, it takes ASCII over I2C
Stock and modified for device power AVRISPmkII
The decoration assembled
Cool holiday decoration with LEDs inside
Made a cable breaking out mini-USB
Almost complete partyhatwork board
Soldering stacking headers to the XMega board
Partyhatwork board bottom
Patyhatwork board top
Breaking out SOIC-20, dead-bug -style
ATTiny1634 breakout on breadboard (the chip itself is on the underside, dead-bug -style)
Powermeter in place
ATTiny84 driving LCD
Air-core shielding tubes in place (also visible the new switch wiring)
Jig for centering the shielding-tubes
The ATX adapter ready
Making ATX power supply adapter
The lid controller enclosed, the jack is for controlling a smoke machine
Preparing to enclose the "reactor lid" interface (Arduino Mega)
Inverting buffer (wing) for Arduino
80 RGB LEDS soldered
Patience and good preparations are the key here
Using my alu stock to keep the laptop from overheating
Jaron has "portable" lan rig
Brymir on stage @Nosturi
New ATTiny breakouts (for 84 and 4313)
New batch of PCBs from Seeed Studio
These turned out a lot better than I expected
Switched the screws and engraved a picture on the underside
"Den" for my AVR Dragon, made from lasercut acrylic
ATTIny85s on the breakout board with 16MHz crystals
ATTiny85 breakout boards
Made a few QnD breakout/ISP boards for the ATTiny85s
Geiger counter v2 with ATTiny internals
5 boards done
Preparing to solder the SMD components on a preheater. First preheat to 100C and then using 290C hot-air to finish
One board with SMD components placed, 4 to go (a pick'n'place machine would be nice...)
New revision of the ATTiny based aircore driverboard
ATTIny debugging continues
Cleaning up sawed edges
Another ATTiny test board
Testing the aircore-gauges with the full reactor simulator -stack
The I2C signals look a bit questionable but it still works...
Temporary Arduino installation to drive the 4 air-cores installed on this panel
Testing/debugging ATTiny based I2C controlled PWM driver
Setting up the "reactor simulator" @Camp Pixelache
Testing wiring of the reactor simulator "lid"
Endcap in place
Turned an endcap from PTFE