This is a work in progress as it has turned out to be far more complicated than I thought it would be! I’ve learned a lot about how to design parts for my 3d printer and how to use the laser cutter at Reading Hackspace too though so already winning!
Over the passed few […]
Bumblebee is my Roomba, so named as long ago he lost his voice. About a year ago his logic board started playing up and though he was still able to clean, at the end of each cleaning cycle he wouldn’t go into standby and his battery would drain in no time. At that […]
The Satellite Applications Catapult are very lucky to have the facilities they have and believe they have the potential to help save lives. To that end they’re opening their toy box for everyone to play with to try and do just that at their next hackathon. The premise is simple; in a disaster scenario, how would you […]
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Since my last post I’ve improved the Arduino speedo code to respond to requests and also tweaked the gear ration to be a bit closer to my road bike. I’ve also implemented a simple speedo interface using Unity.
The Unity application also automatically searches the COM ports on the machine […]
All my previous jobs were based in the town I live in so I used to be able to cycle to work, with my current job it’s far enough away I can’t reasonably cycle to work. As such, and as the company is jokingly referred to as the “Cake-apult” for the amount of cake we […]
“A man is not dead while his name is still spoken.” – Going Postal, Chapter 4 prologue
A touching tribute, one I’ve heartily embraced.
As we’ve just had our big media launch of the project I thought I’d share some information about the project I’ve been working on as part of my job at the Satellite Applications Catapult here in the UK.
For the passed 18 months we have been working on a project with […]
Work has been mental for a few months so despite doing odds and sods on Hugo and a buttload of work on our illegal fishing project at work (hopefully more on that soon) I’ve not posted anything in a while so thought I’d post about a clock I’m building for my Dad.
My dad’s an […]
Catchy title, I know…
In the big GIS project I’m working on we have a large set of data, 100 million rows+, which needs to be rendered as an overlay. This turned out to be tricky as I’m not really a GIS developer and learning as I go. I figured it out through trial and error so […]
After installing it I quickly managed to configure […]