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I'm excited

Yeah, me too. I guess now the next step would be to get some opto-isolation relays, are be able to send messages out via the LEDS. Then, see if and ports give a varying output, say 128 or 256 voltage levels, then you could use it to provide realtime feedback for controls. After watching the various youtube videos on the newer anti-gravity experiments, it may be that the only way to get one, is to build one yourself.... and I'm dreamin of using the Raspian to do the Hall effect sensor and stabilizer functions. I need to get back to my home world. :-) Get me my Imhotep's flying platform!


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In reply to Re^3: LED blinking Morse code from Raspberry Pi by zentara
in thread LED blinking Morse code from Raspberry Pi by rje

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