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Sharp Distance Sensors video


#1

A quick video on the sharp distance sensors to show how to solder the cap on the back and the differences between the 3 models.


#2

Thanks for the video (and your own voice)
Thank god that computer voice was abandoned :smiley:

One note: please print specific data on the video (by using youtube functions?) so that we can have a look at it. (example: model numbers)

Another note: please crank up your voice volume, you speak very fast sometimes and with laptop speakers it’s hard to hear.

Otherwise good video, thank you :slight_smile:


#3

Nice work


#4

Very good quality video.

@ Foekie

Where are these function located at?


#5

I believe they are called annotations?


#6

very good video.


#7

Nice video Mark, I look forward to many more from the Fez on Fire series.


#8

There’s also a copy on Vimeo which is much better quality. You can watch it here:

Can we make it so we can embed vimeo on the forums? Youtube’s quality is disgustingly low.


#9

300 points for the very clear and detailed video… FEZ Hero anytime soon? :wink: You are flying up


#10

Thanks Gus. Screw FEZ Hero… i want to be a MicroSoft & FEZ MVP doing this sort of stuff is great for both of them :wink:


#11

Speaking of that, can we get nominated for MS MVP for stuff we do here?


#12

possibly, you’ll need a blog as well though most likely and possibly be on the official netmf forums.


#13

Ah, yeah, you’re right. I think it does have to be on “official” MS forums. And we know how those compare to this one… My dad’s an MVP.


#14

You mean http://www.netmf.com/Discussion/Forums.aspx ? They are kinda quiet…


#15

I must say though, i’ve got friends who’ve managed to make it to MVP status just from posting lots of articles on the CodeProject website and being active on those forums + their blog.


#16

Everything “official” on NETMF is quiet. Mostly, their forum seemed to be filled with spam ;-(


#17

Their newsgroup certainly is lol