[Cyborg] Cyborg/fyborg tails!
dichro at rcpt.to
Wed Oct 27 15:10:43 PDT 2010
Sorry for vanishing after that tantalizing message :P I'm mid-travel (and
mostly mid-travail, as well).
I didn't design the sensors; they're being done by one Thomas Coleman, who
also does EMG stuff professionally. The current prototype is a single sensor
(three-lead) differential amplifier plus microcontroller in a small, sealed
8-pin module that outputs serial. I've pointed him at this thread, so
hopefully he'll have a chance to weigh in with more detail.
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 5:59 AM, Tomm <tomm.fire at gmail.com> wrote:
> Nov. 7th works for me. I have some new hardware
> to show off from my ultrasound project, might even
> be able to show it all working (!).
> On 10/24/10 11:30 PM, ch_luk at berkeley.edu wrote:
> > Hi Sarah,
> > Your work is really neat! Would you be willing to show us some of it
> > a future cyborg meeting, perhaps next month? We hold monthly-ish
> > meetings Sunday afternoons starting at 4 pm in the Noisebridge space
> > (2169 Mission St). Might Nov. 7 or 21 work for you?
> > To the local Bay Area cyborgs, who's free Nov. 7 or Nov. 21? (I'm at a
> > conference Nov. 14.) It'd be great to have everyone show-and-tell their
> > current work. Automated zebrafish heartbeat sensing, Todd? Eric and I
> > should have a complete pulse choker prototype for you to try on by then.
> > =)
> > To the remote cyborgs, book your plane tickets and visit! ;) Also,
> > makes the EMG sensor you speak of specific for furry-tech, Mikolaj?
> > Sarah, does wanting to add electronic eyelashes or wings count in the
> > adding-limbs-that-humans-don't-normally-have genre?
> > Smiles,
> > Chung-Hay
> >> I have some EMG stuff queued up to work on too. I met a gentleman at
> >> a
> >> few months ago and we got each other enthusiastic enough that he has
> >> prototyped up some EMG sensors specifically for furry-tech applications
> >> was going to start with articulated pointy ears, but tails were
> >> on the wistfully desired list :). I'll be funding an initial run of
> >> sensors
> >> (probably no more than a dozen or so) when I get back to NYC; would be
> >> happy
> >> to send some to Noisebridge for experimentation if they'd be of
> >> m.
> >> On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 9:11 AM, Sarah Nordstrom
> >> <sarahemm at sarahemm.net>wrote:
> >>> I was talking to Rachel (apologies if I've misspelled your name) at
> >>> Noisebridge a couple days back, and we got talking about tails. I
> >>> started
> >>> working on a tail with gyros and accelerometers in it a couple years
> >>> back,
> >>> to assist with balance (my inner ears don't work properly), and have
> >>> been
> >>> inspired to start working on that again! :) I said I'd post the links I
> >>> was talking about, so here they are:
> >>> The howto pages I talked about are at
> >>> http://www.wolftronix.com/howto.htm
> >>> and the bionic tail (using EMG data to control a tail) project is at
> >>> http://www.wolftronix.com/biotail/biotail.htm.
> >>> Anyone else interested in tails or other types of
> >>> adding-limbs-that-humans-don't-normally-have? (or even limbs humans
> >>> normally have?)
> >>> - Sarah
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