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What a great project! You have done an amazing job and a great write up too. Most of this is over my head, but it looks like a nice system for real time communications. Keep up the great work; you have a new follower.Build_it_Bob
Great example of how to put an Arduino ADC to good use.The explanation of the math involved is helpful as well.Thanks for sharing!
Amazing project; great results! Bob D
Hi Randy, Nice project...as always!Bob D
Standing ovation...hat's off to you both. I am amazed with your combined talents.Happy Holidays to you both!Build_it_Bob
I am impressed with your skills. Keep up the great work!Build_it_Bob
Awesome case design! Nice project, you will make a great engineer.Build_it_Bob
Hi Mike, nice work as always; thanks for sharing.Build_it_Bob
Very nice job. I have found no issue with your English at all. I too like to reuse / re-purpose materials... no need to waste perfectly good items! Your abundance of creativity shows with all the neat things around your desk as well.Have a great day and thank you or sharing your creation(s).Build_it_Bob
I never thought I would watch a cake making instructable...it was more than worth every minute. Excellent artistic creation, Bravo!Build_it_Bob
WOW! This is the best time lapse presentation I have ever seen here on Instrutables. Creative, talented, artistic, innovative and neat in the process....I like that. My wife and I do puzzles and crafts with our 3 year old granddaughter. We are looking forward to making unique things with her and eventually something as beautiful as this creation. This holiday weekend we will be coloring "pumpkins on sticks" which should be age appropriate and fun for us all. You are a true inspiration with your abundance of talent...thank you so much for sharing and I look forward to your next Instructable.Build_it_Bob
Hi there, I am trying to set this up with OpenELEC for Raspberry Pi.When I try to do mobile SSH, it will not accept "raspberry" as the password.I get "password denied"Has anyone tried setting this up instead of using "Kore" to control OpenELEC?I would like this better as I am hoping to control music library from a room other than where the media center is located. Any help is appreciated.Build_it_Bob
Hello again, I found the OpenELEC user and password, but I don't think I will have access to tightvncserver with the stripped down version of OpenELEC I am running.User: rootPassword: openelecNot sure if i should just opt for a different version of Kodi/ OpenELEC and run it on the Pi3 at boot up . This is my 1st Pi project, and I am just following instructions for latest Nuts and Volts Media Center project. Build_it_Bob
Hello, this is a very nice project and very well written Instructable.I am looking forward to reading your code as well as I am sure I will learn something new and interesting.Build_it_Bob
Hello and thank you for presenting this thorough instructable. I needed this refresher on DC motors and you did a splendid job. Looking forward to reading the rest of the instructable and the future installments. I also appreciate your writing style...you keep the reader following along as you are explaining each type of motor and each variation .Build_it_Bob
Very nice work; I am sure you will be able to customize this to suit many creations.Thank you for sharing.Build_it_Bob
Just have to comment again...such nice work! You are a highly skilled and talented man.I know that the Mrs. help as well, and your creations together are so unique!Hats off to you both!Build_it_Bob
Hi Mike, Great to see your projects. It is getting so that I can spot your work before I read the title or the maker. As always, great job! Thanks so much for sharing.Build_it_Bob
Very nice; I think this is a great use for the Trinket. Well done!Build_it_Bob
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