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I have to admit, my first reaction to this was just like you described "WTF, ew!" but afterwards I thought about it for a sec, "That's actually kinda brilliant and keeps it moist!". Only thing I might do differently, would be to remove the chicken and set it under the broiler or turn up the oven to crisp the skin (being careful to not dry it out, of course). Kudos for trying something out of the box! This reminds me slightly of the 'ole beer can in the chicken trick, in regards to keeping it moist.
Looking at the cargo area of your SUV it appears that there is an OEM shelf that is supposed to fit there? Good job on making your own, looks like it came from the factory that way!
Apologies, not sure how to delete this question now. I got it to work, I used the code the adafruit tutorial. I also was having an issue timing the upload button and bootloader button.
I'm stuck on step 3. I've followed all the instructions, including loading in the adafruit boards, and trinket hidcombo libraries. When trying to send code, while the trinket is in bootloader mode, I have been getting an error. avrdude: Error: Could not find USBtiny device (0x1781/0xc9f)I double checked the USB port and the cable.
Yeah, I was thinking about that too. Seems like way more work. I guess I'll just hang on to it for another project. Thanks!
What AWG are the conductors in the ribbon cable?
This is cool, never thought of having an external control knob like this. Any particular reason you decided to use a clear acrylic cover for the bottom? I don't have access to a laser cutter, so I would probably just 3D print the cover as well.
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I have done this as well. It works well in my thermos that I store coffee in where dark film will build up on the interior walls.