What's going on?

It’s been pretty quite here for a while now. The main reason is the fact that I’ve begun studying again after the summer break. I haven’t made much progress on the NavBox project, just some minor work with the data transfer. My primary goal was to have a first prototype ready in October. To be honest I’m not sure I will make it but there’s [Read More]

NavBox - A Router and some waypoints!

So here’s another progress update for my USV navigation project. In the last post I talked about the general structure of the control panel application and I’ve now implemented basic data transfer capabilities for the Info view so that the live data from the PSoC board is being displayed and updated properly. Though I can onlyread data sent by the PSoC module so I can’t send [Read More]

NavBox - Change of plans

If you’ve read my last post about the project you might remember that I was planning to write a make Android app for the system. Though I’m not sure that’s what I’m going to do. I feel that my limited time and my will to make some fast progress on the project is a bit too high for me to dive intonative app development in [Read More]

NavBox - Autonomous navigation project

Robotics, RC vehicles, rovers and UAV:s are all big interests of mine. I’ve always been into radio controlled vehicles of different types and since a while ago I’ve been thinking about how fun it would be to build a more autonomous vehicle. That’s why I’ve came up with the idea of the current project I’m working on. Project NavBox Well, “NavBox” is just a [Read More]

PSoC Delivery!

Today the mailman delivered a small but stillvery anticipatedpackage. I just got the three CY8CKIT-059 PSoC® 5LP prototyping boards I ordered about a week ago! I haven’t had time to try them yet but I’m looking forward to it! The downside with larger prototyping boards like FreeSoC2 or the PSoC4 Pioneer board is that if you’re a hobbyist who can’t afford the time and [Read More]