Both are fantastic boards opening new exciting opportunities for the Visuino development. The Shield Buddy has parallel execution capabilities, and the Papilio comes with built-in FPGA. I have considered OpenWire based FPGA development for some years, and this is the best opportunity to actually try it :-) . Exciting time ahead for sure... :-)
Thank you Michael Himmelsbach for your generosity! Have Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!
Last night I attended the Hackaday LA December Meetup organized by Dan Hienzsch and Shulie fromRheingold Heavy. It was a great event with 2 very good speakers, including Steve Collins from the JPL Mars Roboticist team.
The hosts also provided very tasty treats for all of us :-) .
Here are some pictures from the event:
Naturally no event is complete without really good food, and boy was it really good! :-)
Some of the gathering crowd:
Dan Hienzsch one of the event organizers:
And Shulie the other organizer announcing the raffle prizes:
Dave Johnson from Leaf Cutter Studio introducing us to the Magic of Neon Art:
And Steve Collins from JPL introducing us to he Magic of Landing on Mars:
The dazzled crowd in the room:
Me, Shulie and my Elegoo robot:
And some more pictures of me and the robot :-) :
Looking forward to more great events organized by Dan Hienzsch and Shulie :-)