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TGIF - STM Octopus


#1

The pills made me do it… :whistle:

Edit - Few more details…

It’s a shameless copy of a Cerberus so the specs and sockets are all the same.
Has full VS designer support etc.
Fits in a 50x50mm square.

Now i just need to convince Gus to start building them… :whistle:


#2

I think Justin has been visiting Amsterdam for inspiration!

Well done!


#3

This is awesome! well done Mr Justin.
Its the music at the end that does it for me :smiley:


#4

loved the video and always love your work :slight_smile:


#5

Did i mention it’s got a BLUE user LED…
That alone has to be worth getting one :whistle:


#6

I see the test went ok! Awesome!


#7

Certainly will be a worthy addition to my collection, good work.

And if your going to go, going over the top is the only way to go :slight_smile:


#8

Oooo, wonder where that came from!


#9

The more I look at it the more I like it!


#10

Is that sexy or what!


#11

À chacun son goût :slight_smile:


#12

@ Mike - getting ready for your Europe trip? :smiley:


#13

the ocean? :smiley:


#14

It’s Alive ALIVE!!!

And it’s being controlled by VB Cue dramatic horror sound

Imports GT = Gadgeteer
Imports GTM = Gadgeteer.Modules
Imports Gadgeteer.Modules.GHIElectronics


Partial Public Class Program

    ' This is run when the mainboard is powered up or reset. 
    Public Sub ProgramStarted()
        '*******************************************************************************************
        ' Hardware modules added in the Program.gadgeteer designer view are used by typing 
        ' their name followed by a period, e.g.  button.  or  camera.
        '
        ' Many hardware modules generate useful events. To set up actions for those events, use the 
        ' left dropdown box at the top of this code editing window to choose a hardware module, then
        ' use the right dropdown box to choose the event - an event handler will be auto-generated.
        '*******************************************************************************************/

        ' Use Debug.Print to show messages in Visual Studio's "Output" window during debugging.
        Debug.Print("Program Started")

        AddHandler button.ButtonReleased, AddressOf button_ButtonReleased


    End Sub

    Private Sub button_ButtonReleased(sender As Gadgeteer.Modules.GHIElectronics.Button, state As Gadgeteer.Modules.GHIElectronics.Button.ButtonState)
        multicolorLed.FadeOnce(Color.White)
    End Sub

End Class

#15

@ jasuk70 - Nice one, now go and plug in some more modules :wink:


#16

@ jasuk70 - not only alive additional vb coding is alive here
hope to see more


#17

More Playtime :slight_smile: