An easier way to train and deploy Tensorflow Lite neural network model on Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense - for micro speech recognition.
by Alan Wang
An experiment of using SEFR, a fast and simple tiny machine learning classifier to detect colors on an Arduino Nano 3.0 (ATmega328P).
Refit a 2004 Hasbro lightsaber toy with Arduino Nano, NeoPixel, ADXL335 and a DFPlayer Mini.
Project showcase by Alan Wang
I have no clue. You can try to raise an issue on the Github repository. I don't think there's much hope since it's not updated for quite a while.
I kind of carefully tear one side of the handle off with slow brutal force, which took some time. In the end the plastic cracked just along the side below the head. I can screwed the side back in place since another half is still connected.
Originally I tried to open the head itself, but I couldn't find any screws. I guess it was glued shut to protect the more sophisticated lighting system (some earlier models only use a light bulb like a flashlight, and the head can be taken off easily).
Nice! My first medium format camera is also the Yashica Mat-124G, which has a working accurate light meter. The lens are not in prime shape though. Now I mostly use my Mamiya Six-IV.
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