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A useful looking tool.***HOWEVER :I take great exception to it not being made clear that pfodApp (the means to control the microcontroller) has to be BOUGHT from the app store. This should be made clear right at the start of this the article here and that this is in fact advertising.
I like the flexible bending strip idea, very neat and simple.
It's all very well saying this is smart tool free but you are using a video projector which very few people own and is a niche piece of equipment. Couldn't you provide alternatives such as scaling onto paper through some means?
I have one of those Elecrow displays and used very similar information gathered from Amazon and Elecrow's sites and other similar clones.This reinforces a gut-feeling I have that Adafruit is not always giving value for money - its products are expensive but it's PR makes it look like providing good support, which offsets the cost. In your case you don't appear to have had good value for money, componded by the realisation that Adafruit's 'specially made LCD backpack' is not really any different to the Chinese clones on ebay.I've yet to buy anything from Adafruit, and this certainly doesn't encourage me. In their defence I would say that Adafruit has some nice software libraries for their range of Arduino/MCU hardware, which is all free.
The cheapest Up Board is $89, that hardly constitutes "spending few extra bucks" : The introduction should make it clear what the (huge) price differential is before wasting your time reading all of this.
Break?This provides no actual explanation as to the purpose of the thing, nor which kind of vehicle it is for. Needs more work.
This has NOTHING to do with making anything - this is an advert for PAID software $38.These kinds of things should either be disallowed, or specific in their title.
I have read quite a lot on this subject, and I'm not easily impressed, but you have done a fantastic job.I will be keeping a link to this for when I try what you have described.My only question: Programming using internal/external clock : Does the clock speed you have used then dictate (lock in) what speed it can operate natively?
Your circuit diagram shows the DC - DC Boost converter connected back-to-front I.e. not the correct way round
This is unintelligible, rather than instructable. I use esp8266s quite a lot and I have no idea what you are trying to explain.
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