Category Archives: python

Build your own ioGun!

I apologize for what will effectively be a brain dump post, but a new friend of mine from the hackaday forums is getting started on his own accelerometer controlled system and I wanted to see if I could save him … Continue reading

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Taking (and keeping) your temperature!

I swear I don’t have a penchant for medical terminology but this ioBridge stuff is making me feel like that time I stayed at a Holiday Inn… so refreshing, I think I could perform surgery! After my heart hacks (see … Continue reading

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Training Neural Nets with CouchDB – part 3

Hopefully you’ve been following parts 1 and 2 and I didn’t leave anyone too confused by my approach. Please visit my posts for a far better recap then I can provide here (DRY); In part 1, I introduced the overall … Continue reading

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Training Neural Nets with CouchDB – part 2

It’s always nice to have a little encouragement especially when trying to work through some tough posts. I really prefer white boards and pictures but I find these too hard to make for blogging so I try to let the … Continue reading

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Training Neural Nets with CouchDB – part 1

My goal for this post is a bit technical and I’ll try warping both an artificial neural net, as well as my biological one, around an exploration of CouchDB, so read on if appropriate to your interests. As you may … Continue reading

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