Here's an outline of things I hope to have at the Portsmouth Jam
Texy's 2.8 TFT LCD display module showing vido @23+fps and basic graphical touchscreen interface with pygame.
PiFace digital in a nice read PiFace case from Farnell.
Pi powered photobooth, with gphoto2 controlling a Canon G3 compact camera and printing photos to a Canon iP2700 inkjet. May also be running with a Pi Cam.
Hacked PiCam with c-mount lens.
RoboBabbage the Pi-powered robot bear
- animatronics (OK, basic servo motion) and speech synthesis. Servo control using PIGPIO in c.
PiCam in the eye socket, mini monitor for preview of a bear's-eye view.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum (working), ZX81(maybe not working), Jupiter Ace(maybe not working).
How cheap UK home computing began in the 80's
Servo control direct from the Pi GPIO with PIGPIO
DC motor speed control with power MOSFET and PWM with PIGPIO or WiringPi
Text to speech.
LED flashers, Cylon scanners etc.
Budget equipment for hoby electronics.
DSoQuad pocket-size storage scope
OpenBench Logic Sniffer 16 channel 100MHz logic analyser
(If I have time to set it up!)
XBMC media centre