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TinyDuino / Re: Video player title
« Last post by Manfred on September 12, 2019, 03:25:46 AM »
Thank you 👍
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TinyDuino / Re: Video player title
« Last post by lennevia on September 09, 2019, 12:44:08 PM »
Hey Manfred!

Yes there is a program you can upload to loop the videos without seeing the titles of each video. The way it works, it will play all the videos in the order they're on the SD Card as soon as the processor switch is flipped to ON.

We'll be putting this program in a more permanent spot on our website in the future, but for now I attached it to this comment!

Cheers,

Laveréna
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TinyDuino / Video player title
« Last post by Manfred on September 06, 2019, 09:30:46 PM »
Hi,
I’m not familiar with coding but was wondering if the video player could be set up to play a looping video without displaying any title? Currently it shows the headings on top of the video until a button is pressed.
Cheers,
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No problem! Good luck with your project!
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General Discussion / Addapting code when updating hardware.
« Last post by This Guy on September 05, 2019, 04:28:16 AM »
Hi guys

I'm very new to Arduino. Long story short I've been working on a project using nRF8001 BLE shield to send 9AOF data to my phone, which works perfectly using the Example sketches in the tutorials. However I've decided to build a new version of this with the new BlueNRG-MS shield and obviously the code will need to be adapted.

As I'm so new to this I'm not actually sure how this might be done and would love any help or guidance to help me understand how i might go about this. 

Thanks
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Excellent! That is super good news. I'm almost setup to test my integration of these wireless chargers now, so I'm very happy to hear that I can have more confidence that I'm not about to fry something.

Thanks for the response.
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Hello Kyle,
 
You should be able to use a Proto Board TinyShield and apply +5V and GND in order to charge the TinyZero or TinyScreen+. The pins you'll need to solder are well documented in the reel of pictures on the product page: https://tinycircuits.com/collections/proto-boards/products/proto-board-tinyshield?variant=14984618823

Thank you,

Laveréna
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TinyDuino / Re: Using multiple 9AXIS IMU TinyShield
« Last post by lennevia on August 29, 2019, 11:59:22 AM »
Tacca,

The Kickstarter will start in September and we project to ship in November if that helps! If you email info@tinycircuits.com we may be able to work something out to rush a few!

Thank you,

Laveréna
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TinyDuino / Re: Using multiple 9AXIS IMU TinyShield
« Last post by Tacca on August 28, 2019, 04:06:25 PM »
Hello Tacca,

We are actually about to come out with a Kickstarter that would allow you to use multiple 9-Axis sensors in a smaller and cheaper format that takes care of any addressing conflicts you would run into by stacking multiple 9-Axis TinyShields. They also have different sized cables that work well with having sensors on different parts of the body.

I would recommend signing up for the TinyCircuits newsletter so that you can see when our new line of boards come out. The format of the line of Whisker sensors would work perfectly for this application!

Best regards,
Laveréna Wienclaw

Hello Laveréna,

I will subscribe and I am looking forward to see this new project.
And depending on the mobility and depth that this Whisker sensor can provide, it would definitely help my master's project thesis.
Unfortunately, since it's not even on Kickstarter yet, I think it won't arrive in time for me to use it in my research, but who knows right.

Thank you.
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If I have a TinyScreen or TinyZero board with a Proto Board attached, can I apply a +5V and GND to the appropriate pins on the Proto Board to trigger the TinyScreen or TinyZero to recharge an attached battery without being connected to USB? It seems like it should work based on my reading of the schematics, but I thought I would ask before I risk frying a board.

If that's not possible, is there some other way to recharge an attached battery without being connected to USB? I ask because I have tiny robots that use these boards, and I ordered some very small 5V/300mA-max inductive charging modules from DFRobot that will be arriving shortly that I want to experiment with using on my robots, and it'd be nice if I didn't need to integrate a separate charging circuit into my existing custom PCB that they use.

These are the modules I'll be experimenting with, if that helps answer the question...
https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1283.html

Thanks in advance for any assistance on this subject anyone might provide.

Kyle
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