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 – first review A couple of weeks ago I came across the site of Totem. They make interesting stuff! Amongst other things they produce what they call a “Totem mini Lab” (see picture on the right, click
Totem Makers – frame for Raspberry Pi Done testing, tonight I decided to make a frame for my Raspberry Pi 3 B with touchscreen. It was inconveniently laying on my desk, leaning on some awkward extenders; flimsy at best. I
‘Lab’ description I made a new description of my electronics lab (or workbench) and the equipment and tools that I use here. I’ve tried to do so in categories. The most elementary tools and equipment has been described.
New version of MINDSTORMS There is a new version of MINDSTORMS out, version 1.3. It gives us the possibility to edit MyBlocks that we’ve been building before, when for example, we want to add a parameter, change the icon, things
8 bit computer, test the Output Module Today I hooked up my Output module – still on breadboard – to the signals from the PCB modules. As you can see in the video below, it works so far. At first,
Building up my workbench Today I finished building up a rack for my equipment on and above my workbench. First I sawed all pieces to measure, I felt like an IKEA factory… I used 12 mm meranti plywood, and 44 x
8 bit computer, building the ALU I’m in the process of building the Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU) for my 8 bit computer. So far, as you can see, the complete B register and half of the A register are
My Workbench Cleaned up my workbench today, to make room for my new RIGOL. It will fit in between the signal generator and the parts cabinet, see video below. Really satisfied with my little setup so far. The power supplies
Raspberry Pi controlled elevator movie Finally, here it is, the movie explaining my Raspberry Pi controlled elevator. Have a look: