Micro-Manager on the Raspberry Pi

Micro-manager guru Kyle M. Douglass recently posed his implementation of micro-manager on a raspberry Pi 3. Very cool potential here, considering when the computing power of the pi is exceeded for a given application, one could just add more for $45! I’d imagine that memory handling issues related to image capture would be the biggest […]

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An awesome gerber viewer for OSX

While there are a few viewing tools available for OSX, I’ve been looking for something that was higher quality, and more configurable. Today I stumbled upon Cuprum. This viewer supports layering, export of user-configured views, some good print options and other stuff. It’s $13 on the Mac App store, and well worth it IMHO.   […]

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Build a Stratux in 10 minutes! (ADS-B)

As the 2020 FAA mandate for ADS-B comes upon us, more aircraft are using the ADS-B system. Additionally, weather transmission via towers is a major free source of in-flight weather info. Having recently picked up a new iPad, and subscribing to FireFlight, I decided it was time to add the ability to see ADS-B traffic, […]

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Site Updated!

What do you think of the new site layout? I was looking for a simple, clean interface that works well on conventional and mobile browsers. Hopefully, I’ve found it. If anyone has recommendations, please feel free to comment!  

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