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2021/03/21

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BAndiT1983
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satacker[m]
< https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/r0/download/matrix.org/XZLkFxXpFbZnvmWWTBqwgpMY/message.txt >
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satacker[m]
I haven't made it public yet
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satacker[m]
waiting to confirm if apertus tasks can be mentioned in public repo
05:26
Bertl_oO
you can if you like, but you can also just share it with the mentor(s)
05:41
satacker[m]
Through email?
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vedant16[m]
<satacker[m] "Through email?"> irc chat ig
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vnksnkr
hello
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satacker[m]
hello
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satacker[m]
<Bertl_oO "you can if you like, but you can"> made it public as its partial anyway
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satacker[m]
https://github.com/SAtacker/kernel_learn
05:50
vnksnkr
so I've been working on the VHDL UART-SPI bridge task although I'm more comfortable with Verilog :) For the task do I need to configure the spi master's clock as well or can that be something default?
05:52
Bertl_oO
satacker[m]: https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/v4.10/process/coding-style.html
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Bertl_oO
vnksnkr: you can assume a common clock, e.g. 10 Mhz or 50MHz
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Bertl_oO
of course, if you have some FPGA devel board to test with and that has a different clock, then just use that
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vnksnkr
I don't unfortunately have one at home and the uni lab is closed. I'm still working on it. There seems to be some problem when sending data back from the slave .And on top of that my final exams start on wednesday :(
06:02
Bertl_oO
student application period runs till April 13th, so plenty of time left
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se6ast1an
good day
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Bertl_oO
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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Bertl_oO
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MortarArt
se6ast1an - you asked a few days ago about the application for my "Bike computer" project, and I replied but I can't find the reply in the logs so I might've been disconnected. Basically I want to build a refined version of this; https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4759615
13:29
MortarArt
My goal is to integrate an android/ubuntu touch bike computer, headlight, and a high end 'action camera' into a compact package that can easily be taken off of the bike and mounted on a desk mount for charging. I'll do it all open source. But I don't want to duplicate anyone's work, hence why I'm here asking questions. Low light performance for the
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MortarArt
camera is important; at least enough to make decent footage of what's in the headlights.
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MortarArt
The reason for using android/ubuntu touch rather than just latching off of one of the existing raspberry pi bike computer projects is that a lot of people prefer to use an android app like Strava, IP Bike or Google Maps for navigation / info.
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se6ast1an
interesting, thanks for sharing
13:30
MortarArt
No worries.
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BAndiT1983
have you considered additional IR headlights? to support the camera
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MortarArt
That's not a terrible idea. But I would imagine that power put into those would be equally effective in the visible spectrum?
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BAndiT1983
was just thinking of surveillance cameras and how they film at night, so if the power comsumption is not big, then maybe it could help to brighten up/recover details the recorded material
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BAndiT1983
*in the recorded
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BAndiT1983
i suppose the cameras in cars, e.g. for parking, are working in the same way, as they switch the mode when it's dark, so things are visible enough at wider range to not collide with them
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MortarArt
Oh yeah, but I think the aim of IR security cameras is to not have bright floodlights on your property constantly at night. To reduce light pollution, while still being able to record. But in this case; well for most cyclists they'd prefer to be able to see as clearly as possible.
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MortarArt
And at the moment power consumption is not insignificant with the LED headlight I have. I burn through a 4 amp hour battery in about 90 minutes.
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MortarArt
Which results in relatively good footage from a RunCam.
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Bertl_zZ
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Bertl
morning folks!
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BAndiT1983
hi
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satacker[m]
hello
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RizwanMemon[m]
Morning Everyone
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se6ast1an
off for now, good night
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Bertl
off for now as well ... bbl
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Bertl
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