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MiniPOV build from Russia!


Cool kid! MiniPOV build from Russia!


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7 Comments

  1. Раз уж тема про Россию, то и писать буду по-русски. Думаю проблем с переводом у вас возникнуть не должно.

    Плохо, что он режет текстолит в жилом помещении, причем пилой. Пыль от него все-таки не безвредная. Надо как-минимум подстелить на пол бумагу – чтобы можно было собрать пыль. А вообще, гораздо проще резать ножницами по металлу.

    Насчет того, что у него не Windows – полностью согласен. Обратите внимание на пути к файлам проекта.

    Кстати, кто может мне сказать – что за программатор он использовал? USBTinyISP ?

  2. @K Scharf
    Why not OS X itself? I have a pc with windows, linux and Mac OS X installed.

  3. OMG kid that is exactly how I used to do it, including the "yeah, it works!". Its very faux-mac, but this is a hacker kid and would you expect anything less? Russian awesome kid – props to you. Just stay away from rockets, they are meant to not work ;).

  4. That is some scary looking flux!

  5. Yep, it looks like he has Hackintosh OS 🙂
    Its nice too see here videos with russians:)
    And its a pity that bigger part of russian engineers dont know english enough to take part in discussion on english forums:(

  6. Well, who says that he does not have an Mac Pro under the desk or an Mac Mini ??

    // Per.

  7. Hi!
    @K Scharf: It’s Ubuntu 10.10 + macbuntu pac.
    @dcoder: ребёнку в 10 лет, явно сил не хватит разрезать текстолит ножницами. Программатор самодельный – http://www.obdev.at/products/vusb/avrdoper.html

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