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Jason Smith

Member Since 08 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Dec 23 2011 11:14 PM

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In Topic: Memsic 2125 Accelerometer / Servo

14 August 2010 - 07:22 PM

Very nice!

Now, just get another servo, a sheet of plywood and make yourself a tilt maze. You could use light sensors to detect where the ball is and include random events to make the game harder, like maybe the axises would swap in the middle of a game.

Very true! I think it would actually be pretty simple to do something like this. Would probably be a fun little game.


In Topic: Memsic 2125 Accelerometer / Servo

14 August 2010 - 07:20 PM


That's pretty awesome. Once you get it cleaned up, we'd love to showcase this for a while on the Projects page... If you'd be interested in that... We love showing off the cool things that community members build.


Thanks Chris! That sounds great! I will work on getting everything working a bit better this weekend and post my results here in the forum.


In Topic: Steps to restore an Erased Netduino

13 August 2010 - 07:33 PM

How funny. And to think that we made sure to make the ERASE pad small and to put it in a corner (and to require 220ms+ to erase it). :)

I guess this is another testament to open source and to having firmware that can be manually installed. Glad it's working well for you, and thanks again for writing up such nice step-by-step instructions for the community.


Yeah, I couldnt believe it myself. I think its a great feature on the board, and I wouldnt change a thing about it.. Also, I might have never learned how to use SAM-BA if this didnt happen. Good stuff, and good learning. So far I am loving everything about the Netduino.

As for the Write-up, no problem at all. If it wasn't for good posts on forums, and the huge amount of information online, I would have had to go to college. lol

"The Internet - Saving you thousands of dollars in tuition since 1973."


In Topic: Steps to restore an Erased Netduino

13 August 2010 - 07:06 PM

How did you do that. Could you share a tip so it won't happen to us too?


If you can believe it, I had a jumper plugged into 3.3v when I set my Netduino down on my table (Bad practice for sure...) and the jumper lead just happened to touch the erase pin long enough to erase it. 1 in a million chance. lol.


In Topic: Steps to restore an Erased Netduino

13 August 2010 - 07:03 PM

Also here in step 8 you say unplug and plug it back in. Then in step 11 you say plug it in again but it's already plugged in was there somewhere you should of unpluged it before you get to step 11?

Good point.. It is already plugged in at that point. I made an update above. Nice catch.

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