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Robotics Developer
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re: Video: Propeller Beanies Mesh via Wireless Network
Robotics Developer   4/30/2013 2:23:11 PM
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I love the CapNET concept, I wished I could have been there and got a propeller beanie! I can only imagine the fun of the CapNET members walking around and "meeting one another". Neat idea and a great marketing device. Wishing I could have one (or 3 or 4 for the fun of it).

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re: Video: Propeller Beanies Mesh via Wireless Network
Max The Magnificent   4/30/2013 6:52:13 PM
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It really was a lot of fun -- also the folks at Synapse Wireless (www.Synapse-Wireless.com) are going to make all the design files open source so anyone can make as many as they want... I'm trying to persuade them to provide them as pre-built kits

joyhaa
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re: Video: Propeller Beanies Mesh via Wireless Network
joyhaa   5/6/2013 6:28:48 PM
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nice way to advertise, I have two of synapse kits, they're indeed good stuff

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