Shameless teaser... guess who is bringing out another Prop1 based board soon?

:-)
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RoboPi: The most advanced Robot controller for the Raspberry Pi (Propeller based)

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  • Not a clue. Humanoido, maybe? :)

    -Phil
    “Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. -Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  • Humanoido +1. Where is he, anyway?
  • I'm working on one (a new audio player for EFX-TEK) at this very moment! :)
    Jon McPhalen
      *It's "Jon" or "JonnyMac" -- please don't call me "Jonny"
  • xanaduxanadu Posts: 2,998
    edited July 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Ken Gracey wrote: »
    Humanoido +1. Where is he, anyway?

    He's still active here, http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw and here http://space1usa.blogspot.tw/

    No response to email as of a few months ago.

  • idbruceidbruce Posts: 5,515
    edited July 12 Vote Up1Vote Down
    Humanoido +1. Where is he, anyway?

    After the tuff (blank blank blank) he received from other members, without intervention, it is no surprise that he does not come here anymore. Even if it was all fiction, I believe it was a good thing. The man had and has great imagination!

    EDIT: I think it is a shame that he is no longer a participant.
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  • JonnyMac wrote: »
    I'm working on one (a new audio player for EFX-TEK) at this very moment! :)

    Exciting! Were you involved in the AP-16+, also?

    p.s. it was nice of Bill to give you a shout-out like this. ;)
  • PhiPi, Ken, good posts :)

    Glad to see others are working on new boards too!

    Humanoido was entertaining (if uninformed)

    JonnyMac, I am looking forward to seeing your new board.

    As for me, I received my production batch about a week ago, now I need to take photos and write docs...

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  • Looking forward to seeing it, Bill. We did great stuff with the SVT1's you made for my company. Not quite what we had planned, but it was a good and adaptable design we used for several other projects.

  • As for me, I received my production batch about a week ago, now I need to take photos and write docs...

    And drop more tantalizing hints about what the board is for!
  • As for me, I received my production batch about a week ago, now I need to take photos and write docs...

    Okay, fish on! Tell us about the board, Mr. Henning!

  • jmgjmg Posts: 10,208
    As for me, I received my production batch about a week ago, now I need to take photos and write docs...
    Images, or it didn't happen :)
    Does it have HyperRAM footprint ?


  • JonnyMacJonnyMac Posts: 5,739
    edited July 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Seairth wrote: »
    JonnyMac wrote: »
    I'm working on one (a new audio player for EFX-TEK) at this very moment! :)

    Exciting! Were you involved in the AP-16+, also?

    p.s. it was nice of Bill to give you a shout-out like this. ;)

    Yes, I designed the digital side and coded the AP-16+. I did the full design on the AP-8+, John B (who also used to work for Parallax) did the board layout, and I'm doing the coding.

    @Bill: When does the tease end and the announcement start? :)

    Jon McPhalen
      *It's "Jon" or "JonnyMac" -- please don't call me "Jonny"
  • Bill HenningBill Henning Posts: 6,445
    edited July 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    localroger: thank you!

    Seairth: hint... lots and lots of headers for i/o, 12 bit adc

    Ken: I think it will sell well, and get more prop's out there :)

    jmg: a hyperram board could be added to its expansion headers, p0-p23 are fully exposed on three 10 pin headers (3v3, GND, 8 sequential prop pins)

    JonnyMac: I am working on the photos and announcement ... definitely by Monday, though I'll probably post here on Friday or the weekend

    IMHO, P1 is still the king for high speed real time deterministic I/O (at least until P2 shows up)
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  • Bill HenningBill Henning Posts: 6,445
    edited July 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Teaser phone-cam image of the last prototype attached...

    Still through hole, there are teachers/students/hobbyists out there who want to solder...

    That's an eeprom in the upper left (sorry, not hyperram, not ferroram) - rest cropped out for now :)
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  • Still through hole, there are teachers/students/hobbyists out there who want to solder...

    So this will be primarily sold as a DIY kit?
  • Yay for through-hole kits!!!

    Sincerely,

    Cranky old guy that sometimes just likes to build kits
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  • Heater.Heater. Posts: 19,255
    edited July 13 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Good old Humanoido:

    BIG%2BBRAIN%2Bwiring.jpg

  • That's it! That's what Bill's new board is, a recreation of Humanoido's big brain!
  • Heater. wrote: »
    Good old Humanoido:

    Delusional at best -
    The Brain operates 16 power telescopes in space that are designed and implemented by Humanoido using recycled NASA equipment worth trillions of dollars.

  • KeithEKeithE Posts: 761
    edited July 13 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Delusional at best -
    The Brain operates 16 power telescopes in space that are designed and implemented by Humanoido using recycled NASA equipment worth trillions of dollars.
    Time travel used for inertial dampening and other things (increasing enjoyment of ride),...
    http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/04/elements-of-spaceone-time-travel-machine.html
  • AleAle Posts: 2,286
    We wouldn't be where we are without those that dream the skies and those that build whatever is needed to reach them !

    There are quite a few who left the forums after some argument... :(

    back to work, your pacman game is still unfinished....
  • So, we've been teased enough. Let's have the details on your new board Mr. Henning!
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