Made myself a sticker bomb phone case with Hack club and opensource stickers
Crafted by me, Connected with you.Day 10 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today started to write the code for the self driving algorithm for the Tesla cyberTruck and I am going to halt the project for one last time and hopefully resume it after the exams.
Day 9 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today I tried to train the machine learning model for the self driving algorithm for the Tesla cyberTruck. Will update on the results tomorrowDay 8 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today connected the motors to the RPi and gathered some data for the ML model training for the self driving algorithm for the Tesla cyberTruck. The model is self updatable that is it will self train it with the footages it captures during its working.
Day 7 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today printed the sample / test print for the shell part. It turned out pretty good and it has some nice attention to details.
Tomorrow will try to modify the shell of the Tesla cyberTruck even more to fit all the components inside.
Day 6 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today made the changes to the shell part of the Tesla cyberTruck and sliced it in cura and ready to print. Will it print the shell properly? Will need 13hrs to find it 🌄
Day 5 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today mounted the motors to the base and looked for ways to solder and do the cable management.
Plan for tomorrow:
Will try to 3d print the top shell for the Tesla cyberTruck
Day 4 of WHW :winter-hardware-wonderland: :
Today tried to make the base for the autonomous Tesla Cyber truck using some white and clear acrylic sheets. Need to decide on the size and dimensions of the base. Also need to drill some holes to mount the top shell of the car later.
Day 3 Of WHW:
Tried to install the required packages on raspberry Pi such as Open cv and stuff for the object detection and self driving algorithm. Went down into problems such as dependency issues, freezing of RPI during compiling etc.
Tomorrow will work on the chassis or the base part :winter-hardware-wonderland:
Day 2 of WHW:
#hardware-party Today, I configured the Pi camera with the raspberry Pi for my autonomous self driving Tesla cyber truck car 🚗. The camera 📷 is used to detect the objects near by and move according to the algorithm. :winter-hardware-wonderland:
Day 1 of WHW: Unboxed the components and fixed the heat sink and fan on Raspberry Pi and Installed the OS. :winter-hardware-wonderland: