@karmanyaahm7+Restoring Mr Robot with Vex Cortex and ROBOTC milestone (with @Jaxzog)! The master brain is now talking to the follower and successfully sending values over UART!@karmanyaahm7+Installing headers to adapt the ports to a vex cortex brain for Mr. Robot (a Lego technic based humanoid)
@Sam7+#hardware-party day 6/10
My brain: Oh yeah this might actually work.
The main structure is mostly done!!! Gonna start wiring stuff up to get ahead on the code.
Bought two boards to try as the baseplate, IKEA as-is is awesome.
Also upgraded my light above my workbench! ~It’s now brighter than my future.~
@JyotirmayVishwesh-U04KDCYK9CG0❄️ Day 4 of #WinterHardwareWonderland ❄️
It's been day 4 of WinterHardwareWonderland and
today I am starting to build my project from scratch.
Im a little late, but from now on I will try to keep posted.
Started arranging frame and motors for today, and then the compass and brain for my copter 🤘
@Omay0AI solves a maze (real)@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80*What's Henry™ Been Up to After Assemble?*™
The question on all of your minds:
What's Henry™ Doing With His Time After Assemble™?
Ever since the groundbreaking release of his team's Assemble™ project, the world has awaited his next ship™. When asked about this, he will say:
"_I'm working on a few different projects_"
What he means to say is that he currently has 12 windows open, 5 of them Firefox™ instances, each with more tabs then can fit on the navigation bar. One of those browser windows is entirely devoted to Wikipedia™ pages that he opens, and then refuses to close until he fully reads, despite the fact that he has no interest in doing so. In another window, he has everything from Ben Eater 8-bit breadboard CPU schematics, to Rust™ documentation, to TensorFlow™ docs and a partially written auto-encoder. He also has 3 Sprig ™windows, and article on how BitTorrent™ works, and a random CVE™. There is also an article on TradeMark™ Law, that he has clearly not read. There is even the skeleton of a 6502™ Emulator™ that he may or may not finish. There's a few 3Blue™1Brown™ videos that he's stuck trying to follow. There is an article on how memory works that he does not remember if he has read.
In another window, we have 1 Gig of raw Wikipedia™ data, and a Visual™ Studio™ Code™ window with code for an GO™ algorithm he is trying to use to compress said 1 Gig of Wikipedia™ data. Beyond that he has a Logisim™ window, with a partially designed ALU™ that he is trying to work on.
Each time he makes progress on one project, he gets interested in something else and opens 100 tabs for that. He is secretly hoping for his computer to crash and wipe his computer he can reorganize. He is spending large amounts of time studying useless aspects of computer science™, and math™. It has been like this since Assemble™ ended, and will continue indefinitely. This has been What's Henry™ Been Up to After Assemble?™.
Thank you for skimming over: _What's Henry™ Been Up to After Assemble?_™
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80I hopefully won't be coding or active much for the next 8 days, because I'm going away over break. Honestly don't mind much lmao, I need to chill (I will miss my green square streak) gonna to learn how to dive and stuff, it's going to be awesome. Also, planning on messing around with neural nets and stuff. Sadly won't get much of a chance to try out my logic gates. Also there's an image of all the items I've added to my simulator in the last 2 weeks, this is the longest i've coded consecutively, and the most fun I've ever had doing so
far more importantly added the long needed pause button to my sim
@Devnol0Soldered the pins on my raspberry pi pico and wrote a little program that turns the led on when you press the button@matthewvandyke080Didn't do any coding today but did set up a new figma project for a design I am starting
@kayley0After a weeklong break, I'm back to my unhealthy obsession with economics😬. Didn't really do much today. I followed a lot of people on github. I'll probably be going through my github and adding tags/editing descriptions for my repos, and maybe editing some old readme's.
@carrot0Homebrew CPU is well on its way. Next steps: uop assembler, machine code assembler, c compiler & linker, BIOS and firmware and finally a homebrew kernel and OS (probably port my existing OS or something)