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    Sparkfun is selling a FLiR dev kit for $259 .......

    Sparkfun is selling a FLiR dev kit for $259 ....

    https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13233

    I'm a noob too, so I can't advise much myself. But that's what forums like this are for, noobs like us...
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    These things take time. At least it's an active...

    These things take time. At least it's an active work in progress.
    I still have a bit of learning to get to where I want to be anyway, by then, I'm sure it will be well along in development.

    I'm...
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    Forgive my naivete, but can this be used for the...

    Forgive my naivete, but can this be used for the usb pins on the inside part of the Teensy 3.6 board?
    Where I'd have to solder some pins and connect to a usb connector. Right?
    Or is it just for the...
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    Or how about "Teensy DOOM"?, speaking of 3D...

    Or how about "Teensy DOOM"?, speaking of 3D engines.
    Has Teensy had it's version of DOOM ported yet?
    Every other platform someone has managed to get DOOM running on.
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    I already have dual oled running on a 3.6. When I...

    I already have dual oled running on a 3.6. When I get/assemble a 3D printer (kit), I will make a housing with eyepiece lenses (maybe from binoc's)
    maybe make it all small enough to look similar to...
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    the //e ..... ahhhh memories..... libraries were...

    the //e ..... ahhhh memories..... libraries were loaded with them back in the day.

    I was an Amiga head back then. But an Amiga emu may be a bit heavy for a Teensy.

    But I might see what kind of...
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    Teensy: Technical nostalgia

    I'm new to Teensy & dev boards in general. I got my start in games and web design, grew up on electronics, had some other electronic minor jobs.
    Been more of a java/C# programmer, some c++...
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    Thanks ! :) 11151 ...thanks to all of ya,...

    Thanks ! :)

    11151

    ...thanks to all of ya, for the lib, for the help getting 2 going. Nice forum.
    Hope folks can tell where the wires are going.
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    (ugh, don't have a way to get an image in...

    (ugh, don't have a way to get an image in here....)

    It worked, now frustrated though that I can't post the pic I took :(
    Said upload failed.

    To be honest, I'm no good at this internet social...
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    Almost..... I got the same thing to display on...

    Almost..... I got the same thing to display on both screens. Though I thought I coded it to write different things to each.....


    #include <Arduino.h>
    #include <SPI.h>
    #include <ssd1351.h>

    //...
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    Emulation does have a certain 'purity' aspect to...

    Emulation does have a certain 'purity' aspect to it, like model making.
    One can build a perfect 1/10th re-creation of a brand name bulldozer in the spirit of fine artisan-ship, or one can engineer a...
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    THANKS! Works great! And I'm somewhat of a...

    THANKS! Works great!
    And I'm somewhat of a 'noob'. I used this lib on a 1.5" 128x128 cheaper 'knock off' OLED with a ssd1351 off of Amazon on a Teensy 3.6
    (btw, only 72Mhz works)
    Only needed to...
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    I just got a teensy, so I don't really know it's...

    I just got a teensy, so I don't really know it's full capabilities. But with some ingenuity, maybe a "mid 80's era GUI" with run-alike applications might work. But Amiga OS on the Teensy? yeeah, that...
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