A project page was started on HackaDay.io for the PiTagErrUs. The plan is to publish the assembly instructions here instead of Instructables. Hack a Day is more inline with the scope of this project and the demographic may appreciate it more since it is a more involved project than usually promoted on Instructables.
Images were collected from this blog and categorized according to which step they belong in. Assembly and programming instructions will be written so they can be followed easily. The project page is currently visible but not complete.
- Arduino firmware
- OpenSCAD code
- STL printable models
- STL printable pipe dividers
- Python Last-Man-Standing program
- Gerber files for SMT IR Sensor board
- Gerber files for controller board
- Gerber files for homemade controller board (thicker traces than previous version)
- Public project page for controller board
- Public project page for sensor board
The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date
First time here?
Completed projects from year 1
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3
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