The Theatre of Synthetic Realities As i mentioned a few days ago, the Barltett's student show is one of my favourite events of the Summer in London. It is however so overwhelming and turbulent that you need dedication and pure chance to spot the works that might interest you the most. I'm glad my Bartlett expedition led me to The Theatre of Synthetic Realities. The project, authored by architectural designer Madhav Kidao, is miles away from what you'd expect from an architecture work. No model, no plan. What made the project remarkable is its focus on how new technologies prompt new behaviour and new ethical questions and decisions. Allow me to do a bit of copy/pasting and let's see each other right after that for an interview with Madhav Kidao. Making Friends and Other Functions v.2 from Madhav Kidao on Vimeo. Hi Madhav! As I'm sure you are aware most live feed web and surveillance cameras can be accessed remotely through the internet. Machine Vision Portrait - Gesture Recognition Machine Vision Portrait - Skeleton Tracking
C3DBenelux AutoCAD Tutorials for free, 2012 2013 Lessons, Videos - a Complete Course If you do not have a copy of AutoCAD, you can download a 30 day evaluation copy from Autodesk. Follow this link, or go directly to their website. You will be downloading AutoCAD 2014 and it will work fine with these tutorials. You can also try other CAD programs like ZWCAD, which are less expensive alternatives. Here are complete lessons divided into 4 levels of learning. Each Level is one section that builds on the previous. Many lessons have videos with narration to explain in detail some of the concepts. Printrbot Talk Forum • View topic - Setting Max Feed Rate in Marlin Firmware The Marlin software can use standard Atmel / Arduino EEPROM to store all the "constants" you are talking about. The working constants are loaded into RAM when the firmware boots up... either from EEPROM or from the defaults stored in the firmware. If the EEPROM "version number" matches the "version number" expected by the firmware, then it uses the EEPROM numbers. You can change the values of the constants in RAM with G-Code commands, and then you can store the modified values in EEPROM with an M500 command. I think you will find it a lot faster and easier to play with your constants this way as opposed to compiling and flashing your firmware all the time. I agree that somehow your step rate is too fast if the stepper motor just buzzes or hums and doesn't move. Recommended reading: Reprap description of G-Code commandsand a description of the M500 series of commands: viewtopic.php? (Technically, yours is more of a software question than a hardware question, but don't worry.)
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██████████████████ Using Unicode You can insert a number of special symbols into Mtext. In the Mtext editor select the symbol icon "@" on the formatting toolbar to get the symbols menu. But what if you want to insert a symbol not in this list? There are a number of characters in most fonts that can be inserted with some good old fashioned arcane syntax. Let's say you wanted to use the less than or equal to symbol. In Character Map select the True Type equivalent of the AutoCAD font you're using in your drawing. In the Mtext Editor type this Unicode value where you wish to insert the symbol.
CADD Manager You notice something. Then you become concerned. Then it becomes an “Issue”. That is the progression… but how does it move from one to the next? These are the steps of items evolving beyond annoyance, anomaly or abstraction. These are the items that have others moving beyond concern to very concerned, to an issue. How things move from Noticed to a Concern If you notice something, you keep your eye on it and address it when it first looks to be a concern. After investigating things you notice, if they are bigger than you think or have greater impact, they move to concerns. But when do people come and talk to you about troubling items? How things move from Concern to Issue Moving from concern to issue happens when something along the pathway of correction fails to work. Things get to the issue level by being ignored. Things get to an issue level when you are not made aware of them. Things get to an issue level when your corrective measures are not enough.
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