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As an alternative to the camera board, you could also use an el-cheapo webcam plugged into usb (using a powered hub). You'd need a hole drilled through the door or apartment wall for the usb cable, of course.Great project and creative use of the 'zero.
Very instructive Instructable, and thanks for posting it. Just one question: I think maybe that a resistor rated at 5 watts will overheat at 1 amp, 12v. Better to use a higher-rated power resistor or paste a big heatsink on the resistor.
These cheap little kit scopes are great for learning electronic fundamentals, but no so much for troubleshooting or practical use. I recall a couple of Heathkit courses that required an oscilloscope -- too bad these little gadgets were not available back then.Note: I built one of these scope kits, the one where you had to solder the SMD ICs and resistors yourself. Difficult, requiring much patience and a fine touch, but doable.
I think it was a bluetooth trackpad and keyboard to my phone. So I think the keys probably worked as well.I plugged this in in the back:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Microsoft-CG4-00003-Wireless-Display-Adapter/dp/B00J9C2JDG?ie=UTF8&redirect=true&ref_=pe_2105081_82693221_E_ReturnReceived_Asin_TitleI would imagine you could use any Miracast adapter but you'd need to check. - JackF48
Hey, I noticed your video shows that the mouse trackpad works. But what about keyboard? I am trying ensure that the micro usb at the back of the Lapdock was not required in anyway for Input. And would it be mircast or widi you connected from your phone? - DavidB871
hey would you mind posting a video or comment on how you got it to connect wirelessly to your phone? i would like to try and connect a lapdock to a nexus 5x but it would be nice to not have a bunch of cables.
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ok thank you
thank you for sharing.. i am testing without probing component but this is have capacitor value..please helpme
can i try sir..
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