GEPRC GEP-VX Series 250mm Carbon Fiber Frame Kit We are going for a freestyle/cruiser build here so a decently large frame is in order here. I will admit that this frame was not my first choice. The Raggio Lungo was my first choice however it was out of stock when […]
As state in my previous post, I have been playing around with the PSoC 4 BLE 4.1 Pioneer Kit. BLE in Android is more of an art than a science. The Bluetooth stack is notoriously flaky, even in recent versions of Android. Problems like GATT Error 133 and bad BLE […]
Currently started a new project for the year. I figured switching jobs and living situations wasn’t enough for me, so I started a new project. About 4 months ago I purchased the PSoC 4 Bluetooth® Low Energy Pioneer Kit. We had talked about it using a PSoC processor for our […]
One of the downsides of graduation college is that I no longer have access to the circuits/robotics lab. So I decided to invest in some equipment that will hopefully last me years to come. What would an electronics engineer be without his trusty soldering iron. So I decided to buy […]
Well I graduated from college the past weekend with a BS in Computer Engineering. So naturally its time to take some time off and relax before I start my job at BAE Systems. And what better way to relax than to build a quadcopter. These things always looked so neat […]
We did it! We got first in the micromouse competition. The link to the University of Scranton article can be found here.
As we are nearing the competition, I wanted test the algorithms on a bigger maze. The test maze that we have in the lab is 6×3. This maze is good for doing small tests but it is a far cry from the stress tests that I wanted to perform on […]
I have been hard at work on the the University of Scranton’s micromouse for the upcoming SAC competition. So far we have had some general success. I will be talking about it in future posts. Here I will include some basic information so you can check it out. The project […]
If you haven’t heard already Microsoft just released version 4.5 of the .NET framework. Go ahead and see for yourself!
In my last post I showed a controller action which contained a lot of boilerplate code. When the action of a controller accepts the id of an entity the first section of code of that action is always … Make sure the id exists, if not show error or 404 […]