Some of the Showtec Phantom fixtures started to have problems with the displays, so I decided to make this post for people experiencing the same problem.
Very recently I’ve been servicing quite a lot of showtec phantom 50 LED spot fixtures and after a couple of months I can say that I know them quite well. I tough it would be interesting to do a short review from a technical point of view of the Showtec Phantom 50 LED spots so that people interested can have a better insight of the inner design and common problems that might encounter if they decide to work with them. Continue Reading →
I just found a set of posts explaining how to code a line following robot with a PID integrated algorithm. PID stands for Proportional-Integral-Derivative and it’s very useful for controlling many actions where a great level of control an prevision have to be achieved.
Here the set of posts by syclops. Great job!
links after the break. Continue Reading →
Nice post about recycling devices! Good job!
Designing an Arduino custom PCB it’s not an easy task but with some help from the NET and time you can do a pretty good job. The results are much better than a DIY proto board with components soldered together. If you want to know how designing an Arduino custom PCB made my project much better then continue reading…
Today we are celebrating that we are back! And we do it the best way we know, repairing stuff!!! ETC Smartpack dimmer repair
Found on the street this old e172FPb Dell monitor. Apparently broken? In this post I will explain how to revive old electronics that people throw just because we belive it is not possible or too expensive to repair. This time, 5€ later, we got a working dell monitor. Continue Reading →
“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
― Albert Einstein