added links to recent gsoc article and beta modularity for two slides.
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Wed, Sep 19
Mon, Sep 17
Sun, Sep 16
Adjusted behaviour on the test node, please check IRC logs, so i don't have to post link here for now.
verfied working! Thanks!
Sat, Sep 15
Fri, Sep 14
made a small update: https://vimeo.com/289786668
Wed, Sep 12
at the moment the ID is just a unique value (example: "_id": "id_08" ) it could be made with a hash value it doesn't matter for the interface.
Which IDs are involved? Can we generate them as hashes, automatically?
@BAndiT1983 it should be possible to do that just the ID must be unique over all files.
Just out of curiosity: Won't this file be too cluttered after defining multiple pages and related controls? Could we use multiple files, like one per dialog/menu, in that case?
Mon, Sep 3
Do you have foto-documentation of the build process online? And/or footage?
I would love to see your 3d prints and early assembly's :)
whereever it makes sense
Fri, Aug 31
This won't always be possible. Or making sure that they do in some instances would require a lot of work, ie. specific pages being created. The slides aren't even final yet, so, noted, but put it on the back burner.
Wed, Aug 29
Note that the AXIOM Remote and the web based control GUI (for smartphones, etc.) are two completely independent projects.
This was forwarded in IRC:
Mon, Aug 27
Fri, Aug 24
In my opinion, I think an ND filter for the AXIOM is necessary. The option of the electronic ND filter integrated into the body of the camera is the best option :)
look at this A7sii Mod: http://www.centralds.net/cam/?p=7911
i like your approach a lot!
the super8 idea ist great, especially for artists and hobbyists who want to get in touch with AXIOM.
Also this has the opportunity to get people on board because it is a low threshold first contact to the project.
Aug 15 2018
Some updates on this front:
Last ccc @vup @leftshift and me decided to build a cheap development version of the Beta.
We wanted to have a cheap camera to be able to develop soft- and hardware for the Beta without the need to invest a lot of money.
Research was done, the cheapest Zynq FPGA development board was found, the cheapest suitable CMOS with okayish documentation was picked and we designed a first Interface PCB to connect the sensor to the FPGA dev board. We build FPGA designs and wrote some software and in the end we had the first still images. The first prototype of the AXIOM micro was built.
However, the initial PCB was quite rough and had major problems (we were doing serious PCB design for the first time in our lives).
This led us to the creation of a second revision, which now is able to shoot moving images, has a proper lens mount and some case.