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|Ik pleit voor meer (recente) foto's. Verder erg genoten van je filmpjes. De rest zegt me bijster weinig.. Hoop dat je het erg naar je zin hebt in Barcelona. Hoop nog meer dat ik je volgend weekend weer zie Ttys, Mieke|
|Written by Mieke||29/07/2007 - 01:38:18|
|Nice homepage buddy...I like the pic of urs on da skateboard..ciao|
|Written by Pradeep||03/07/2007 - 11:33:42|
|For the wii-mote on ps3/linux.|
Well you need to have bluetooth stack running on your linux and a bluetooth dongle that works on your ps3 (dunno if ps3 has bluetooth built in).
Once bluetooth is working it is pretty much straightforward. You'll need python and some packages to run the wmd drivers and your good to go . You can map the keys on remote to keyboard keys and the pointer to the mouse by modifying the configuration file of the wmd driver so sky is the limit from there I guess.
|Written by Walter||18/05/2007 - 04:16:24|
|HI, this might be a strange question but how easy would it be to use the wii remote on a ps3 running Linux. I'm trying to incorporate a wii remote in a final year project that will all be coded on my ps3.|
|Written by Andy||17/05/2007 - 18:30:07|
|Thanks for the interest. Sorry it will take a while before I go into PIC programming again... Too busy with PhD and other work related things. Also working on wsbasic again and skating a lot so not much spare time next months. |
I also noticed the clock timings need to be calibrated a bit better. After a day of running it is behind or forward a couple of minutes. It is easily corrected by adding some nops in main loop but just can't find the time now...
|Written by Walter||09/05/2007 - 18:20:24|
I built the binary clock that you posted in your blog and it's great.
Everything works fine apart from the RA4 pin as posted in your blog. So can you please update the HEX file so I can correct the circuit and update the code in the PIC. Cheers
|Written by Maverick||01/05/2007 - 16:15:56|
|Nice tip on allowing individual blog comments. Next few months I won't have time to implement it though (Too much work to be done for my PhD). Same for the pic projects no time for it now... |
But if you get your jdm with external power working, be sure to drop me a message about it! Even better would be a usb version .
Have you tried the RCD programmer? Schematics can also be found on my site (mentioning it since I had same probs with the jdm programmer and my serial port on a recent desktop pc).
|Written by walter||16/02/2007 - 16:15:58|
|I like the site! Good to see a blog from a fellow PIC enthusiast!|
Also, I have shared some of your trials and tribulations with the PIC programmers. Recently I discovered my long-beloved JDM programmer does not work with my new laptop serial port! I think my next project is to modify the programmer to pull power from an alternative power supply (standard 5V regulator). I would like to know what you think!
My only suggestion on the site is that perhaps you could enable comments on each article.
|Written by Chris||01/02/2007 - 18:48:31|
|groeten van Elke en Gerard, have a nice christmas.|
|Written by Gerard||21/12/2006 - 11:43:05|
|Well the .hex file is posted so you can make the project. Let me know how that works out. If you make some pictures of your version I'll happily add them to my blog!.|
For the source code involved, I'm not releasing it just yet because parts of it are used in other projects which I plan to make commercial after my PhD defense.
My current binclock version is updated. In the posted schematic I'm using ra4 as output which is not possible (it is only an input pin which I noticed after posting it).
Basically I swapped the most significand bit hour led pin with the hour button pin. When I have time I will update the schematic and hex file on this site. But for now I'm back at finishing of my PhD work and thesis text. The pic projects where just a break for me to get interested in programming again.
I kinda lost my drive/ambition after 5 years of intensive C++ programming on the MPL environment. These projects boosted my interests in writing software again, no more no less
Next weekend I plan to hookup my binary clock to my Senseo coffee machine so that it sets a coffee for me automatically at a preset alarm time. So look forward to a new blog post of this and hopefully a hackaday and makezine link
|Written by Walter Schreppers||20/12/2006 - 11:38:25|