We needed a simple and transparent way to setup and update #openmuscle devices, so we created ugit. A simple single file micropython module that will keep a micropython board in sync with the latest changes in a GitHub repository. We enjoy the cheeky logo we created of a python trying to play nicely with an… Read More »Micropython OTA Updates Via Github – ugit
OTA updates by adding uget.py and uget_config.py to your repository! Currently uget is not able to traverse folders that don’t have items directly inside of the directory. But more features will be added as we modify it for #openmuscle. We are happy to be able to add to the community. Ever want to have your… Read More »Micropython OTA update from github: ugit
It was difficult to find the ESP32 S2 Mini pinout and even the wemos website does not specify what the pins are save for in the datasheet. According to the images The ESP32 S2 mini pinouts show pins 1-18,21,33-40 being accessible via the board. Link to the datasheet: https://www.wemos.cc/en/latest/s2/s2_mini.html Features of the board: The image… Read More »ESP32-S2 mini Pinout
The prototype is working and gathering data. The position of the pins still need some help being directed radially inward, so we are hard at work developing the new Cell cases. Check out the quickly edited video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuhdpZwuAQ4 More videos and news to come!
We will be uploading and documenting the progress on this website and the github as we gather the data this week. Thank you to all of you who have helped so far. Here is to much more progress and more breakthroughs! – Open Prosthetics Team
Recent Developments have allowed us to be able to get the version 1.3 CELL0 chips submitted for production today. This improvement fixes a flaw in the original design in which the KiCad schematic had snapped two wires together. The fix allows for 4 passthrough channels as well as 8 jumpers to make the CELL0 more… Read More »CELL0 Version 1.3 is out and Compute Module 1.1
Thanks to a genius friend of mine i was able to get rshell to work on windows because he delightfully documented what he did to get it setup in a late night email correspondence. I installed rshell from the following site but got an error when i CD’d into the root folder of rshell. https://github.com/dhylands/rshell… Read More »Getting RShell to work on Windows for ESP/PICO REPL for micropython
I just got granted access to DALL•E 2 and it has been amazing. I was rather amazed at the images it was able to create. I wanted to showcase the “variations” option you have with DALL•E 2 where you can upload and image and “Edit” it or “Generate Variations.” I decided to start by uploading… Read More »DALL•E 2’s uploaded picture variations option