[SATLUG] Re: 3d printed, wearable threads computer
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Wed Jan 4 08:49:27 CST 2017
Topic humor based:
Traditional, non-threaded programming re-envisioned:
would permit flexible, one-liners with DIWired (
True, self-documenting code including associated code libraries :
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 7:07 PM, Craig <sargonemail at gmail.com> wrote:
> *In "[SATLUG] Linux pocket pc" Alan Lesmerises,alesmerises at satx.rr.com
> <http://satx.rr.com> wrote:*
> >>On 5/23/2016 6:10 PM, Craig wrote:
> >>* Any experiences using a phone using a non-android linux?
> *>>* e.g. http://maruos.com/#/ <http://maruos.com/#/>
> *>>>>* Craig
> *> I hadn't ... yet. But this gives me a great idea for repurposing my
> > 'old' Galaxy S4!
> Ah, but will it be used as the brains for the family 3d printed robot
> contraption or control center for an collection of IoT/automation hardware?
> I'm kinda holding out for a practical, almost completely diy 3d printed wearable,
> non-VonNeuman implimentation of an FPGA suit (based on racetrack memory / memristor) integrated with :
> 3d printed wearable battery layer (e.g. graphene based supercapacitor)
> 3d printed memory/storage wearable layer;
> 3d printed wearable charging layer (via solar, body kinetics, body thermals, and wireless power);
> and of course the obligatory "non-3d printable" legacy connections such as usb
> so one can plug in wire/wireless connectivity (e.g. microSD wifi - http://phasenoise.livejournal.com/1500.html),
> "VonNeuman style" pc stix's, or Google style glasses.
> Personal preference would be for http://technovelgy.com/ct/Science-Fiction-News.asp?NewsNum=4669
> over color eink display (http://mashable.com/2016/05/24/color-e/#B2kGFQbzwqq7 )
> in t-shirt format (http://mashable.com/2016/05/24/color-e/#B2kGFQbzwqq7 )
> as the Begbroke method can place it on things other than shirt, such as glasses )
> Alas, until the copyright expires on eink & Begbroke methods, will have to stick with
> and a suitable, refined version(s) of http://openknit.org/ or http://openmaterials.org/osloom-an-open-source-computer-controlled-loom/
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