The Ideal Electronic Collar prop

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Re: The Ideal Electronic Collar prop

Post by NukuNookee » Sat Feb 21, 2015 7:45 pm

How about e-ink or reflective LCDs? http://www.adafruit.com/category/150

e-ink wouldn't refresh as fast, but the contrast would be great. The reflective LCD would probably work even better... silver background, and the pixels show up like little mirrors.

A Raspberry pi could control these as well, giving you a wirelessly accessible computer, with low power draw yet plenty of resources. I'm tinkering around with a Banana Pro, kind of a super PI with dual core processor, 1gb of RAM, and built in wifi: http://www.amazon.com/Eleduino-Raspberr ... B00T2YIHGY

On the subject of senses, it should be possible to interface a peltier junction for cold/hot sensations.
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Re: The Ideal Electronic Collar prop

Post by NukuNookee » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:00 pm

This site has some things of interest: http://tinyonestore.com/

Specifically, this wearable microcontroller: http://tinyonestore.com/products/flora- ... compatible

They have a whole section on wearable electronics: http://tinyonestore.com/collections/wearable
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Re: The Ideal Electronic Collar prop

Post by dale coba » Sun Feb 22, 2015 8:32 pm

NukuNookee wrote:How about e-ink or reflective LCDs? http://www.adafruit.com/category/150

e-ink wouldn't refresh as fast, but the contrast would be great. The reflective LCD would probably work even better... silver background, and the pixels show up like little mirrors.
How e-ink and the other methods will work in someone's studio is hard for me to anticipate. Lighting is the great error/weakness of my collars. If I were shooting, I'd try these displays - but for now I want to stick to sensations.
A Raspberry pi could control these as well, giving you a wirelessly accessible computer, with low power draw yet plenty of resources. I'm tinkering around with a Banana Pro, kind of a super PI with dual core processor, 1gb of RAM, and built in wifi: http://www.amazon.com/Eleduino-Raspberr ... B00T2YIHGY
I want all that power! but first I should master the simple vibrator programming kit w/Arduino which I have started.
On the subject of senses, it should be possible to interface a peltier junction for cold/hot sensations.
I've seen a temperature control system I could work with. http://www.fembotcentral.com/viewtopic. ... 303#p75032

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Re: The Ideal Electronic Collar prop

Post by dale coba » Sun Feb 22, 2015 8:40 pm

NukuNookee wrote:This site has some things of interest: http://tinyonestore.com/

Specifically, this wearable microcontroller: http://tinyonestore.com/products/flora- ... compatible

They have a whole section on wearable electronics: http://tinyonestore.com/collections/wearable
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