Arduino version of the early mechanical television, invented by Nipkow more than 100 years ago.
Project showcase by christopheArduino
In 1884 Nipkow invented a method to capture and view a moving image. This project uses the same disk to generate a moving digital image.
Polar drawing machine built with fischertechnik and Arduino. Thanks to a G-code interpreter, it can draw any bitmap or vector graphics.
Project showcase by David
I did not know Peter. But thanks for mentioning his name, It was nice to read who he was and what he did.
And true, it is difficult to hide the digital guy in me, using all these powers of two instead of normal numbers ...
Very nice project !
Love the use of fischertechnik. Decades ago I used to play with it.
A little side question : how did you manage to get an animated cover image for your project ?
I tried everything (animated gifs,..) but I never can get it to work ....
I will try to use an Indexing head ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indexing_head)
mounted on a xy table. That will hopefully give me enough precision. As my disk only has a 19cm diameter, the holes will be 0.4mm diameter, so I need 0.1mm or better precision.
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