@aaronpk hey, saw your video on the DIY multiview solution for the ATEM mini. Will try to do that myself. Saw some other content where colors looked bad, maybe the multiviewers fault, maybe the splitters. Have you had inconsistencies? Anything noteworthy?
I was having some weird colors going through some splitters, depending on the HDMI source too. But in any case it's all irrelevant because Blackmagic just announced the ATEM Mini Pro with multiview built in!
I now have a battery-powered, Wi-Fi connected, Siri-enabled digital status sign on my office door. I'll post some pictures, videos, and details later, but its pretty awesome to be able to say "Hey Siri, don't bother daddy!" 🙅🏻♂️
Not really full pictures, but there are some lines and background colors. It's more like I didn't want to deal with parsing the JSON response and the text/graphics libraries in the limited esp32 environment.
I’m in the market for a battery-powered, Wi-Fi connected programmable sign. I want to attach it to my office door so that I can tell my family (well, mostly my kids) when its OK to enter, and when I need silence. Any ideas?
I made a travel version of this running on an esp32 with an epaper display! The main difference is for the esp32 version I have to generate the image on a server and download a bitmap to write. With the Pi, I generate the image on the Pi in python.
Shooting the keynote all at home I've turned into a mini vlogger. I have a high def @LogitechG logitec web cam, I can make my @DJIGlobal gimble shoot landscape mode! I've mastered quicktime player! I can make myself look decent on a webcam. (tough to do)
I'm wondering, what's the simplest way for non-technical people to get microbloging and still own their content? No command line, no registration w/ multiple services, simple config, no lock-in. @peepethApp? @indiewebcamp?