Totem – Robotic arm The guys at Totem sent me a sample of their robotic arm to review (link points to the mechanical version without the electronics). The version I received contains several Totem Bus modules to drive the arm. It
Totem – Side Panel One Libraries Together with the guys from Totem, I’m developing libraries and classes to make use of the Side Panel 1 components. We decided, for educational purposes, to make one library per component. At Github, you
IoT : Internet of Things – beta test Totem Bus system Feeling a bit privileged today… I’ve been invited to participate in the (beta) testing of the Totem Bus system. It is a system with which one can connect up to
Net neutrality I’m glad to see the discussion is starting up. The states of New York and Montana issued executive orders counteracting the FCC’s ruling on net neutrality. Read the article on Engadget.com.
Totem mechanics Raspberry Pi stand The stand I made for my Raspberry Pi a while ago made it to the Totem website. They liked it and one of the guys created instructions on how to make it.
Totem Mini Lab – New review As I wrote yesterday, I received a replacement Lab Board. Today I’m testing it by repeating the tests I did for the first full review. First I will give you the conclusion, the details
Totem Mini Lab – replacement Lab Board Today I received a replacement Lab Board in which the guys of the Totem team made improvements, amongst others, based upon my tests and suggestions. Here’s the contents of the package. A new
Totem Rotary encoder – explained How does it work? I was fumbling around with the Totem Mini Lab’s Side Panel 1, especially with the rotary encoder that s mounted on this side board. At first, I could not make heads
TotemDuino connected to MacBook! After some mailing back and forth with the Totem team, they found a solution. Oddly enough, it’s a solution I tried, but it did not work the first time. It appears one has to install the
Totem Side Panel 1 – rotary Encoder I did some further investigation into the working of the rotary encode in the Side Panel 1. At first, I could not make heads or tails from it, but I think I’ve figured