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SBrick hardware & firmware specialist ;)

    • 169 posts
    December 8, 2014 1:42 PM CET

    Hi Peter, nice to have you here! :)

    I've commented on an other thread about BlueGiga, see you there!

    • 17 posts
    December 8, 2014 6:04 AM CET

    Hi Tamas, I am new here, just joined yesterday. I have introduced myself here: https://social.sbrick.com/forums/topic/40/hi-anyone-working-with-lego-we-do

    Hoping someone is working on SBrick which Jorge says currently has no input and looking forward to the day when SBrick can accept input from Windows computer. Wonder is Bluegiga is relevant here:

    https://www.bluegiga.com/en-US/

    or if SBrick is already working with Bluetooth, Bluegiga is not needed?

     

    • 169 posts
    October 14, 2014 2:52 PM CEST

    Thank you :)

    • 87 posts
    October 14, 2014 1:01 PM CEST

    Hello Tamás!

    It's nice to know who's working on the hardware and firmware, I wish you great sucess in this project.

    • 169 posts
    October 14, 2014 11:40 AM CEST

    Hello everyone,

    I'm Tamás, I'm working for Vengit, creator of SBrick.

    I'm working on the hardware and firmware of SBrick.

    (Firmware is the little, but complex piece of software that makes SBrick "Smart". It handles the Bluetooth connections, and decides whether it's time to turn the motors on or off.)

    Since my childhood I was mesmerized by electronics, computers and radio frequency.

    My hobbies include programming (mainly Haskell in these days: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haskell_%28programming_language%29), building crazy electronic stuff (like this radiation detector (incomplete): http://tlfabian.blogspot.hu/2014/06/building-radiation-detector-from.html )

    I'm also an amateur radio operator (or HAM radio operator), my callsign is HA5FTL (check out my page on qrz.com)

    I love to work on SBrick. This project covers all my hobbies, so I consider this to be my best job so far :)


    This post was edited by Tamás Fábián at October 14, 2014 11:40 AM CEST