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Of course, some TVs might dump a lot more current over the connection, just like what was common with USB 2. IshKebab on Dec 1, Not battery powered though. Just my personal preference though. Oh I didn’t know it was in spec. Chromecast requires external power.
That’s a project that sets up a whole bunch of emulators and stuff to get you started if anyone is interested. Since the site is beginning to struggle: Relys on Dec 1, Spivak on Dec 1, Edit: Even if you plug it in your Tesla battery?
Application Note for: NASA-STD — | NASA Technical Standards System (NTSS)
If you haven’t noticed already, you are now aware that the two intertwined wires in the second and third section of that illustration is topologically impossible. It could work on tinned thin stranded wire as it makes a kindof-solid wire but if you tin it then you can just solder it and that’s it. The use is for a super portable game console.
Here is some interesting software that already exists: CaptSpify on Dec 2, I know the rpi2 gets power over hdmi, not sure about the zero though. The referenced standard also contains the splicing for stranded wire, and some requirements about when and how to use each.
I also don’t think the pi zero has a powerable HDMI adaptor. All of the screenshots I saw before purchasing the original device clearly showed it plugged into a TV with no power cord nxsa.
Props to you, Terence. His parting comments on a portable mesh network are not fiction. I had a pi zero hdmi dongle in mind without a supplementary usb cable.
A nsaa powered mesh network is still not really doable. Also, it’s just in range for a pi zero. That usually provides enough juice. Linear Technologies has a mesh network with motes that can be battery-powered for years. Naxa fun project would be loading up the Pi with speed run controller input so you could pretend to be superhuman at video games.
Nasa Student guide for hand soldering
If you really don’t feel like doing through-hole soldering to the board you could at least use: Spivak on Dec 1, I don’t really see a use for this but I agree with your ending point about computers being snuck into all sorts of things for little or no cost is very exciting. Relys on Dec 1, If you really don’t feel like doing through-hole soldering to the board you could at least use: Pretty much any TV now has a USB port whether it be for media playback or for updating the firmware of the TV on older ones so its not a huge deal to have to plug it.
Not battery powered though. I wonder what the latency is on the new chromecasts. As you can see from all his links lots of people are interested in this type of thing.
Application Note for: NASA-STD-8739.4 — 2006-01-26
MiguelHudnandez on Dec 1, Thanks for the correction! Even the first release of the device clearly mentioned it needing USB power. I’ll just leave this here – http: Depends on the kind of mesh you’re talking about.
I don’t normally complain but his nsa is painful – it will come undone if anyone is so much as in the same house as it. The android would work with the controller if the 887394 kernel module is built with the ROM.
This is just incredible. It’s technically possible, but supported on so few devices it’s not worth the extra circuitry, I assume.
Extensively used during our underwater robot build: That cable hack job. GauntletWizard on Dec 1, It’s technically possible, but supported on so few devices it’s not worth the extra circuitry, I assume.
I’m really excited for that to be a possibility though, so I hope I’m wrong. GauntletWizard on Dec 1, Hacker News new comments show ask jobs submit.
CaptSpify on Dec 2,