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jeenode arduino like rf12 based

JeeLabs site:http://jeelabs.org/

JeeNodes from JeeLabs are fully compatible arduino Hardware.

They embed an RF12 emitter/receiver and enables to communicate quickly, easely with it or together.

A JeeLink plugged to your computer will be recognized as an arduino maybe your emitter ( you could use also a JeeNode + USB BUB but JeeLink has already got a plastic case).

One or more JeeNodes will receive or send data ( 4 IO/4 PWM, or up to 8 PWM ).

They maybe sender / receiver depending of your programmation.

The USB-BUB is very usefull to load a sketch directly in the ATMEGA of the JeeNode. With it you can plug the JeeNode simply on the PC. Otherwise, you need to take the ATMEGA itself, put it on an ARDUINO, load a sketch, then get it back to the JeeNode.

Jeenodes are a good solution for wireless work, and cost really less than any Xbee systems.

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~6h ago

rrrr: Timeliner curve editing, how to do it: https://twitter.com/iangeek/status/569810168969601024

~9h ago

StiX: i think i alredy used it once, but i might be just confusing constructing my own mesh with getting stuff out of a buffer

~10h ago

evvvvil: you mean like vertexbuffer dx9 node Stix? I would use a compute shader... you're saying there is a dx11 node that does this?

~11h ago

StiX: i think i went blind, i cant find a way how to get vertices positions from geometry buffer, can someone point me to the right node?

~2d ago

guest: @microdee wonder how they did it? https://github.com/mono/CppSharp

~2d ago

microdee: https://mono-ue.github.io/ C# in Unreal Engine 4 huzzah

~2d ago

microdee: @drehwurm: yes, with the Reset pin