My weeknight project this week is building an 8 bit computer on a breadboard. Part one, a fully adjustable CPU clock with step through is working already.
Here are three spins. The first I intentionally recovered poorly. The other two were more “textbook” recoveries. This is just the graph of the slip/skid sensors. Interesting that there is a clear pattern and threshold. The goal here is to detect and give enough warning to a pilot to avoid and intervene on an impendingContinue reading “Detecting spins in small aircraft”
Switching gears lately in my other life to work with Blueridge Forestry on a mapping workflow for them. Making this map of a local closed landfill turned model airplane field really was a snap.
Started on a new project this evening. Docker images for Dronekit and some tools for automating flights. Love me some Docker!
In an email exchange this morning a friend of mind called me an instigator who uses “science” as an excuse for it. Yeah, this is not a new thing. Here’s some evidence from 2011… I wonder how long it took them to clean up the flour…
A few minutes ago an old Navy buddy of mine sent me this picture with a message that just said “memories”. He remembers something I’d sorta like to forget. This is a picture of my first car. I’m sure it’s not the same one, but the color and everything are the same. One of theContinue reading “Always buy good tools”