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My post on creating a Larson scanner, with button, potentiometer, and progress display


#1

The Larson scanner that just grew and grew :slight_smile:

http://10rem.net/blog/2011/11/11/getting-started-with-net-gadgeteer-part-2-a-larson-scanner-with-button-potentiometer-and-progress-display

Pete


#2

Pete, well done :clap: :clap:


#3

As always, well explained. Thanks Pete.


#4

Great job!


#5

Nice post, Pete. Though I’m wondering where you’re finding the time to mess with the hardware, write the code, write a lengthy blog post, AND finish your Silverlight book…don’t you have a chapter due? :wink:


#6

Awesome work!
Well described!


#7

Very good tutorial!


#8

Thanks all :slight_smile:

@ devhammer

Yeah, Procrastination. Over the next two weeks I need to finish two code camp talks (for tomorrow, actually), record some tutorial videos for Silverlight, and plan my 4 sessions for VSLive in Orlando. Plus, need to pick up the blogging pace or I won’t hit my targets.

Oh, and I need to have the last chapter of my Silverlight 5 book completed by Monday night :stuck_out_tongue:

Sleep? I wish I could convert my dreams to code in real-time so it would be more efficient :wink:

Pete


#9

“I wish I could convert my dreams to code in real-time so it would be more efficient”

Funny…I’ve had several occasions over the last couple of weeks where I had been spending so much time coding that I actually did dream in code…very strange experience, that.

Well, at least the code camp will be behind you after tomorrow…


#10

Updated to use current sink rather than current source for the LEDs. Good comment from a reader as well.

http://10rem.net/blog/2011/11/11/update-to-net-gadgeteer-larson-scanner


#11

I had always heard of them referred to as a ‘cylon scan’, never heard of the inventor. I love learning something new like that :slight_smile: