[Noisebridge-discuss] using a rasp-pi or a beagle with a Teensy/Arduino microcontroller

Cere Davis ceremona at gmail.com
Mon May 2 20:42:00 UTC 2016


Hi Folks,

I have an interactive real-time hardware project where I am wanting good
(non headache coding) interrupt processing that also has good rt support.
I was hoping to leverage the easier function of a linux micro controller
like Beaglebone for the interrupt side, with a connected Teensy for better
RT function.  Yet, I haven't seen many people do this and I am worried that
I don't really understand the devil in the details about the tradeoffs well
enough.

Are there ppl on this list that build projects with these kinds of
interactive real-time demands that can help me sort through the best
choices during some hack night?

Thanks,
-Cere

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Cere Davis
CereDavis.com
@ceremona <http://Twitter.com/Ceremona>


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