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What kind of power do you get from it? I have played with diy wind generators and so far the power has been low. Looks like a fun project though :)
This thread https://hyperion-project.org/threads/v4l2-add-shut... has some suggestions that the next version of hyperion, hyperion-ng has some features allowing the "no signal rainbow" to be detected and still turn off the leds. im gonna check it out. figured i would share :)
ok, so i am not the only one lol. the switch definitely seems like it's necessary. I wonder how the commercial one does it. :/
What happens when you have no hdmi signal coming in to the splitter/av converter. i did this awhile back and where there is no signal, my av converter sends colorbar pattern so all my lights turn on in the color bar pattern at night when everything turns off. just wondering if you ran in to that.
Where do you live that you have a store that has micro switches with that kind of variety?!? I am so jealous lol
any chance you have hooked this up to one of those hose pressure guages to see how much pressure it can generate?
will the python script only return 1 transcription? even if multiple mic's picked up the command?
Do you have the PSI rating of this?
I wasn't wanting to switch. I was thinking more of mix. So i can listen to music on my phone, but still hear notifications coming off my workstation.
Just wondering if you could add more inputs? I sit behind a computer all day and have my tablet/phone/pc and laptop. was wondering if it would be possible to have 4 inputs so i could switch between devices without having to move my head phones around.
definitely! I have not seen an impeller built like that. I have seen soda cans and plastic bottle strips but that pvc ring looks like it would be pretty sturdy. Anyone have any idea what kind of PSI you can get from a home made pump?
also, how fast is this thing? any videos?
do you have any video? how loud is it? i noticed hobby servo's are louder than i would prefer :)
what does it look like where the cables go in or come out?
are you able to display am/pm via one of the dots? or do you just use 24 hour time?