appmarsh.com | appmarsh.com Podcast 031: Holonomic Drives, Badges of DEF CON, We Don’t Do On-Chip Debugging, and Small Run Production Snafus

Mike Szczys and Kerry Scharfglass recorded this week’s podcast are living from DEF CON. A few of the many subjects of dialogue, we discover one of the crucial extra fascinating techniques to transport a robotic. From BB-8 to Holonomic Drives, Kerry’s hoping to have an explanation of thought in time for Supercon. Are you the usage of On-Chip Debugging together with your initiatives? Neither are we, however perhaps we will have to. The similar is going for dynamic reminiscence allocation; however if you have overpowered micros such because the chip at the Teensy 4.0, why do you wish to have to? We shut this week’s display with a couple of interviews with badge makers who rolled out a couple of hundred in their design and encountered production issues alongside the way in which. It would not be engineering with out issues to resolve.

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Episode 031 Display Notes:

  • Kerry Scharfglass constructed two variations of the Sympetrum badge:
    • Badge From Diamond Age Comes To DEF CON
    • Sympetrum-v3: The Dragonfly badge as observed at DEFCON26
    • Down The Rabbit Hollow Of Electronics Production
  • Fascinating robotic locomotion:
    • Riding BB-8: Extra Than One Method To Transfer This Bot
    • Holonomic (robotics) – Wikipedia
    • Swerve Central – DEW Robotics
  • Embedded Programs subjects :
    • Valgrind House
    • New Teensy 4.0 Blows Away Benchmarks, Implements Self-Restoration, Returns To Smaller Shape
  • Unofficial DEF CON badges mentioned at the display

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