A new experiment I have been working on, allowing to easily add remote control (over Web Bluetooth) to existing Pixl.js projects:
That's cool, I like it!
In other message I ask about reading a 57x57 pixels QRCode from the pixl's screen, the idea is that you read it with the phone and it takes you to a web page where you can configure it, so the UI of the device setup/config is just a matter of a bit of html+js that runs on the browser on the phone, and I'm relieved of having to program it all from scratch to run on the espruino.
Hey, could you please transfer these QRCode images to the Pixl and try to read them with your phone, please?
@urish, you picked yourself a nice, challenging cherry... or may be more like a basked full of all kinds of tasty cherries...
(forum entry got somehow duplicated while editing it... so I break it apart at this spot).
NOT btw, I notice the subtile - subversive? - presence of lovely 'fine' art in the prevailing cold, stone hard technology information stream... (there are obviously still cycles available to burn on non-essentials... which make life worth living!)
There are some nice challenges in the implementation, I feel... and can think of right of the bat...
The synchronous and uninterrupted transmission of the screen triggered by the .flip() is a great start. I do though not know about the side effects that keeps you BLOCKED / un-interruptable busy for 40% of the time assuming a .flip() happens (at least?) about every second... It does with the (implied) clock application, when seconds are in use...
A simple setup with only a few things but very interesting and sufficient to study the many issues communication w/ band limitation faces... and visualize what actually is going on.
Side note: Version 2v00 celebration w/ my 2k-th post... ;-)
Wow - that's great!
Just a few random thoughts...
I'm totally up for increasing the MTU size in Espruino as well - just have to figure out how to do it :)
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