[NTLK] Einstein & Pi Zero
"Piotrowski Paweł (Newton)"
newton at indigi.co.uk
Thu Dec 29 07:35:59 EST 2016
This is great news, Elias!
If I could help in some way - just tell me ;) I’m happy to be beta-tester - I have: RPi, RPi 2, RPi 3 and Zero ;)
About case etc. I think that could be second stage of the project. First is to develop Einstein on RPi (RPi Zero would be perfect!!!). Custom 3d printed case + touch screen is great idea ;)
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> On 29 Dec 2016, at 12:29, Elias Basse <kd5jfe at gmail.com> wrote:
> This sounds almost like a continuation of another project that I was
> working on to get a modern browser to the newt. I was able to use an rpi
> to serve as a vnc server on the network, thus allowing me to access it from
> the newt but ran into a bandwidth bottleneck.
> With einstein running on the same machine it removed said bottleneck and
> made things snappy and responsive.
> Einstein can run fully on a pi, with more overclocking, add in higher
> resolution screens which einstein can scale to, and a fully working
> prototype can exist.
> With the advent of 3d printers, we can make the newton live on thinner case
> hardware (I like the screen size though). Custom boot screen for rpi can be
> made to simulate a newton boot and give it a better feel. The biggest
> issue with new hardware is that it is way more power hungry, and would be
> equivalent to charge every other day or every day to use.
> I am relaunching my pi project to tune a few things but this may be a good
> adaptation to do this in the new image. The first pi image that was made
> never completely released to the public due to website issues.
> I have a design in my head using off the shelf components, and even a
> charge circuit using usb with a lipo that could fit in a traditional newton
> case. With some work, it could fit in a custom printed enclosure made to
> look like a "new newton".
> Best Regards,
> Elias Basse
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