Ep 031: Holonomic Drives, Badges of DEF CON, We Don't Do On-Chip Debugging, and Manufacturing Snafus
Published August 16, 2019
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    Mike Szczys and Kerry Scharfglass recorded this week's podcast live from DEF CON. Among the many topics of discussion, we explore some of the more interesting ways to move a robot. From BB-8 to Holonomic Drives, Kerry's hoping to have a proof of concept in time for Supercon. Are you using On-Chip Debugging with your projects? Neither are we, but maybe we should. The same goes for dynamic memory allocation; but when you have overpowered micros like the chip on the Teensy 4.0, why do you need to? We close this week's show with a few interviews with badge makers who rolled out a few hundred of their design and encountered manufacturing problems along the way. It wouldn't be engineering without problems to solve. Show Notes: https://hackaday.com/?p=372073
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