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2014/01/18

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se6astian
hello!
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se6astian
hey carsonau!
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carsonau
hey!
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se6astian
so now I am fully available to chat with you :)
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se6astian
carsonau ?
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carsonau
ahh
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carsonau
sorry
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carsonau
im here now
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carsonau
i haven't set up mIRC to notify me whenever there's a new message
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carsonau
hmm
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FergusL
se6astian ^ with a mention that might work better
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FergusL
got your mail se6astian, excellent ! going to look at it
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se6astian
FergusL, great thanks
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se6astian
carsonau, no problem :)
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carsonau
i've set up the notifications now
13:25
Bertl
morning everyone!
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FergusL
hi Bertl
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se6astian
hello!
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carsonau
hi Bertl
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FergusL
I'm not sure I understand your worries in the mail Bertl
13:56
FergusL
it's all fake to work on the presentation, if I understand what se6astian wanted
13:57
Bertl
I understand that, but some registers affect the meaning of other registers
13:57
Bertl
and often some registers or register values require different defaults/settings than others
13:58
se6astian
true, but as first step to work on the layout and GUI I think the current method is more than enough
13:58
FergusL
like the Setting_ registers ?
13:59
Bertl
like 8/10/12 bit settings and subsampling/binning affecting the default values
13:59
Bertl
with a static register set, you can only test one of them, no?
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guesst
what is the issue with registers?
14:01
Bertl
no issue, se6astian & co is working on a php frontend to set/control/view the sensor registers
14:02
guesst
okay
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Bertl
and for simplifiaction, he decided to hard code register values for now, where I think that it would be better to have some fake register set (or at least data store)
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Bertl
so that settings (registers) retain their value
14:02
FergusL
at some point indeed yes
14:03
guesst
the frontend is not operating on actual sensor hw?
14:03
Bertl
as there are only two prototypes atm, the actual sensor hw is limited :)
14:03
guesst
i have made a CLI.. which gives me easy access to features in "natural language" (with hinting parameters where possible on TAB key)
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guesst
it can run without an acual sensor, on a fake array
14:04
Bertl
did you already release it as open source?
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guesst
no, opensource is not the primary goal
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Bertl
so what's the point then? cmosis also has a closed source interface for their demo software
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Bertl
and I'm pretty sure a number of camera manufacturers utilizing the cmosis chip have their own proprietary (web) interfaces as well
14:09
guesst
the point is to get your achitecture first, then code and release... doing a php-hw system will just cause later issues
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guesst
usually the camera web interface has nothing to do witht he sensors type.. its just overall settings, like ROI
14:21
Bertl
and with architecture you mean?
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guesst
how are layers of interfaces created
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Bertl
then the architecture for this interface is simple, it allows to directly control the sensor registers via some http gui :)
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Bertl
similar to your closed source 'natural language' interface
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guesst
i have many layers there, which allows greater flexibility
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Bertl
congratulations!
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guesst
e.g. sensor control over bluetooth
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Bertl
but as I already hinted, not relevant as not applicable and not available
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guesst
the knowledge is both available and applicable, but I see the connection that opensource must be kind of weird and rather mess than a properly designed :)
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Bertl
yes, we like it weird and messy and we will never reach your high standards of properly designed software layers :)
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FergusL
tsk tsk tsk
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se6astian
bbl
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se6astian
good ngith everyone
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se6astian
*night
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