@Max: when are you next going to be back here in Huntspatch?
Actually, I was in Madison last Wednesday to tour STI Electronics (VERY interesting place!), but word of my trip must have been leaked in advance because I saw that you slipped off to the Left Coast just before I passed through.
I'm looking forward to seeing the Prognistication engine, the BADASS display, and the Infinity Mirror (and other heretofore unknown wonderful stuff) soon!
Hi Rick ...interesting... I was planning on writing Part 2 today, but I finished my Infinity Mitrror last night, so I'm going to post a blog and video on that sometime today, and I'll do Part 2 of the BADASS display tomorrow -- then maybe you and I can chaton the phone (when are you next going to be back here in Huntspatch?)
What got me here is the link in the emailed newsletter from ubmtechelectronics.com. It was promising me "Max's MADASS Display, Part 1". Following the link, I've found "Max's BADASS Display, Part 1", instead. I feel slightly cheated but very much intrigued!
I need to know, @Max, do you have both MADASS and BADASS displays? Have the design specifications changed? Are you playing the old MADASS/BADASS switcheroo on us? Or, shock horror, have you been censored?! :-o
Yeah, I kind of have my hands into a lot. You were also very complimentary of my skills. I still have a long way to go. Tonight, I will be setting up a function to enable my Gyro/Accelerometer for my receiver project.
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