GSOC Final update
GSoC has come to an end, BeagleSat carries on
GSOC Week 12
Found a solver that does the job, Python should be up in a bit
GSOC Week 11
A commit a day makes (almost) all bugs go away
GSOC Week 10
Note to self: Documentation is *super* important!
GSOC Week 9
C is the key, but Python is quicker.
GSOC Week 8
Got some basic API code in, also an input-output Linux loadable kernel module (LKM) for testing. Floating point stuff in the LKM module not there yet.
GSOC Week 7
Crunching in on the API, includes some (significant!) amount of reading.
GSOC Week 6
Moved on to requirements and API design. Linux kernel modules are fascinating and (not very) hard.
GSOC Week 5
Improved 2D correction and hit a bump with 3D fitting. Apparently, MATLAB isn't happy with solving a 9 unknowns 9 non-linear equation system symbolically.
GSOC Week 4
2D correction works like a charm, forward to 3D and other nice dimensions.
A first glance at the 2D Correction algorithm
Just finished a MATLAB/Octave script to test out correction from a distorted ellipse set of measurements to an ideal set of data points.
GSOC Week 3
Data collection working, onwards to the correction algorithm!
VIDEO IS UP!
GSOC Week 2
Played with the sensors a bit and got some good reads. Next up: getting a good body of data.
Correction algorithm design
Putting down the correction algorithm on a (digital) piece of paper, seems a bit clearer now.
GSOC Week 1
Magnetic fields, magnetic fields everywhere!
This summer is gonna be grand
I've been a bit away lately and was busy snooping around for my next project. Seems like it panned out.
The magic of LaTeX
Setting it up, Arch Linux style
Going from a Ruby-less Linux distro to one that can generate your static website in a couple of seconds, serve it locally and regenerate it, while you write up new posts. Can it make tea as well? Let's find out.
Building it, one commit at a time
The road from an empty GitHub repository to a pretty decent and functional minimal website. Though it's far from finished and there's still work to be done.
This is where it all began. Came searching for a way to build my website, found Jekyll and stayed for the ride. Enjoying it immensely so far.