For the longest time I've had the idea to put a Raspberry Pi into one of those kids car toys from the 80s.
talkiepi is a wifi "walkie" talkie for your kids and their friends. It provides a very simple "push to talk" interface. When you push the button and talk, all the other talkiepis in the channel will hear what is being said.
talkiepi has been out
As everyone knows I love my Raspberry Pis. I'll put them in whatever I can fit them in. I am in the process of finishing my 3D printer rack and I wanted to get my new Anet A8 printer on wifi so that I didn't need to shuffle the difficult
I have really enjoyed having a motion simulator platform for sim racing. It's fairly close to real world racing, but costs a LOT less money, and there isn't that risk of serious injury, or death ☠️
I started down this path almost 3 years ago, and with the Oculus Rift bringing
Back in the day we were all obsessed with hot sauces. We used to make everything super spicy. Chicken pot die (pie), blazing steak tips, hot ice cream, etc. Family life has tamed that expression, but I still enjoy hot sauces.
I collected hot sauces to use in
At BrandYourself, we are diving deep in to Machine Learning to enhance some of our upcoming features. The issue I have with the current ML battlefield is that cloud based GPU instances are still relatively new and very expensive. When you start adding high availability requirements, as well as potential
I am now starting to explore VR Sim Racing with an Oculus Rift! I went with the Rift over the HTC Vive purely out of native support in the games I play.
After much headache in upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10, getting the Rift working on my system
It has been a while since my last blog post, so I decided I better post something about what has been happening in my busy life!
I finished my 6040 CNC build and a blog post will come eventually...
Its a chinese 6040 CNC frame, controlled
I've been poking around to get stable wifi with my raspberry pi devices on my Aruba Networks wireless network. My network is far from a typical house solution. I have a rack, a server, Juniper router, Juniper switch, and an Aruba Networks wifi