"The AXIOM is professional-grade gear. Quality components, highly capable, with headroom to grow because it runs Linux. A respectably complex product. Serious kudos. It's great to see both Wiki and LaTeX documentation, useful for someone new to Arch and cinematography like me. Comparing to computers (even though it basically is one on its own), the comparison is not hobbyist single-board computers, the better comparison here is some insane Pogo Linux Server or as System76 powerhouse laptop or workstation.
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Welcome to the boards.
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@allan do you have a hdmi recorder like an Atomos Shogun you could borrow us for the camera demo rig at the CCC?
Fri, Dec 1
Please remove the prototype page, as i'm at work right now and can't do it without my credentials.
well done everyone, looks very nice!
Added to main page.
Thu, Nov 30
Tue, Nov 28
Adjusted like requested.
beautiful work with the DIVs and CSS!!!
Mon, Nov 27
Just a small thing: Header 5 should possibly be a bit bigger or bolder than normal text. But all in all we can close this task, if current adjustments are sufficient.
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Sun, Nov 19
herbert confirmed these are the latest versions:
Sat, Nov 18
Did you run it with root privileges?
I think, I won't manage to be there for a long time but im happy to join you for some time. Especially if you have a Beta ;)
Error at line 79, file devmem2.c (13) [Permission denied]
One or two loose ends on Dimensions here - https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/AXIOM_Beta/Camera_Structure#Dimensions
Fri, Nov 17
@jatha great. do you want to be part of the assembly?
I will be there too :)
Wed, Nov 15
I registered our assembly and spoke to felix.
wiki restructuring mostly completed and a bit still in progress
Tue, Nov 14
Short reminder: Deadline for Assemblies is tomorrow 23:59!
- then the camera is shipped with a bunch of random crap on it. the end result should be just the calibration files.
- lets do it one step at a time
- i suggest calling it factory_calibration.sh (or similar) as i intended it to do all calibrations needed before the camera get's shipped to the customer
Mon, Nov 13
Thanks. There is a lot of random stuff but i will try to do it so Bertl can use the time to work on more complex tasks.
Those are valid points indeed.
BOMs are linked to in the wiki for each individual PCB
Sun, Nov 12
if anybody else wants to start here are most of the files:
Sat, Nov 11
- a program is easier to find on github
- commit messages and issues are related to the one program
- we can configure a CI (like Travis/Gitlab CI) to test, build and package the program, needs a YAML file per repo (there you select one language and get the build tools)
- you can use git tags to tag releases
- it's easier to use git bisect to debug in which commit a bug was introduced
Nov 10 2017
What would be the advantage compared to how we have it currently (multiple applications in one repo)?
Nov 7 2017
you are right, first things first :)
thank's for the great work so far!
Looks very nice, but we should think of some concept which is not copying same behaviour, as it could cause us a lot of (legal) trouble. UI is not the big problem for OC, but the backup logic and verification is very important. We can think of some web UI in the future, if you want to have fancy stuff like animations.
Nov 6 2017
From Wiki for posterity:
spring loaded individual 18650 cells. would that be an option to avoid DIY and legal issues? is it secure enough without soldering?
@intracube - Actually this is me done a search and in here on the verge of bringing what you put on the Wiki back to the Lab. Been some restructuring of Wiki this week. As it's still technically classed as research this I'll place the pertinent details in the OP and create a Wiki page for it (everything from Software and Hardware is being merged into a Wiki based AXIOM Beta Manual - inside which the page was mentioned).
Nov 5 2017
Closed in favour of T757. If this is wrong, just reopen this task.
fine for me as well
reference and close?
merge in or move to subtask?
So close the other two tasks?
I think so.