3D Printed Ethernet Telescope

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I've seen PiKon. it's great. i want make it. not original but add function!!

so I made Ethernet Telescope. it's Project name is WIZKon Telescope !! : )

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Step 1: Prepare Material

Need these...

  1. 3D cad file : i published below site -> Link
  2. mbed : i use WIZwiki-W7500 or WIZwiki-W7500ECO -> Link
  3. Serial Camera : i use LJ-DSC02, found this site -> Link
  4. Lens : i use SSG-B51, found this site -> Link
  5. etc : rubber band, 2mm x 10, 20 screw bolt, wire, black thick paper, plastic support, pin header socket

Step 2: Assembly_3D Printing

Although not shown in the picture, even the lens cover is also required.

Step 3: Assembly_Serial Camera Wiring

Step 4: Assembly_mounte the Camera in the Middle

Step 5: Assembly_Top & Bottom & Lens

Step 6: Assembly_Top & Bottom & Lens & Middle

Step 7: Assembly_Telescope & Mbed

Step 8: Working

mbed source code repository -> Link

i test my image viewer program. it made in the past for other purpose. it made by C#.

Step 9: Plan

my WIZKon Telescope able Ethernet.

so, other applications are possible.

for example,

Photos taken by telescopes can also see the mobile phone using a web server.

anyway,

WIZKon Telescope is now an urgent problem is the one to increase the sharpness.

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    14 Discussions

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    AlexS154

    3 years ago

    hi , the project look great but i can;t access the lens link

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    eliyoon

    3 years ago

    So, cooooool~~

    But, need more explanation.

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    HyuckjooKBL2022

    Reply 3 years ago

    under about $ 47 , except for the 3D printer output.

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    WannaDuino

    3 years ago

    verry verry poor info

    I like iT but pleace put more info and so under the pictures and a video and more foto's or so, taken by your scoope.

    ITS cool

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    WannaDuinoHyuckjooK

    Reply 3 years ago

    super cool, i wil wait for iT, so i can try to make iT as you.

    Verry verry cool, thank you.

    Probs, to al our DIY ers..

    Our world.

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    mattcintosh

    3 years ago

    I was a little confused. I thought this was going to be like "Ronja" http://ronja.twibright.com/ with a freespace optical wireless connection.

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    HyuckjooKmattcintosh

    Reply 3 years ago

    I have seen one you have mentioned. "Ronja" is great! : ) and My project is of course also available Wi-Fi as well as Ethernet. but Now I want to try to obtain sharper pictures than how to transfer pictures. It had also noted the steps of my plan. : )

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    abhijitkooool

    3 years ago

    Hi dude,, your work is great and simple only to experts but the amount of information given to the audience is least. Please re-post or add more info for people not familiar to these projects. It will be more rewarding. Nice

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