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TEVO Tarantula – testing & calibrating measurements of the axes & extruder
10 August 2018
As a DIY 3D printer, the TEVO Tarantula might night additional tweaks before its printing quality is acceptable. When the axes are not calibrated correctly, the measurements of prints will be off. By testing and calibrating the axes and extruder, prints can become one step closer to being perfect.
Reviving Quake with accelerated graphics on Windows 10 (how to video)
29 July 2018
While in the process to explore the possibility of running Quake on the Raspberry Pi, I first had to see if I can at least run it on a PC. The video, Reviving Quake with accelerated graphics on Windows 10, was intended to be a simple guide on how I did it.
Reviving Quake with accelerated graphics on Windows 10
25 July 2018
Since its release in 1996, more than 20 years ago, Quake (Quake 1) can still be enjoyed today. With its, then, groundbreaking 3D graphics, revolutionised game engine and awesome multi-player mode, Quake is still fun to play alone, or with a few friends.
Adding the ESP8266 board to the Arduino IDE
22 June 2018
The ESP8266 community created an add-on for the Arduino IDE that allows Arduino-like (C or C++) programming to be uploaded/flashed as software for the ESP8266 microcontroller.
Reviewing a 10 Watt LED integrated tube light
11 October 2017
I recently obtained two so-called LED Series One T8 tubes and thought I would share my thoughts with you on a blog entry. I originally obtained the ‘LED Series One T8’ in an attempt to add more light while filming my YouTube videos. Although the results were undesirable, I thought to write something about it here.
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