The Antisocial Distance hat is a stylish, practical top cylinder hat which, helps the concerning Gentle-Person with social distancing. It warns people if they come within 1 meter of to the wearer. It is using two sensors one at the front and one at the back to detect unwanted creatures or objects within the personal … Continue reading The AntiSocial Distance Hat – but what is it?
Building the AntiSocial Distance Machine – The Arduino code (HC-SR04, DFmini Player) and electronics
The idea is a top/ chimney pipe/ tall hat which has the mind of it's own (akin to the Sorting Hat in Harry Potter). This hat is very conscious about social distancing (rightfully) and if you go too close it will shout at you (not quite rightfully). When the hat is shouting it’s mind blows … Continue reading Building the AntiSocial Distance Machine – The Arduino code (HC-SR04, DFmini Player) and electronics
Pro-Tools & Windows audio troubleshooting, aka how (not) to have a nightmare
I am a DAW beginner, probably even a noob. However, I feel, I can pick software products up fairly quickly, a DAW is just another one, albeit a very complex one. I have spent a couple of longer sessions over the weekend with Pro-Tools recently in order to get through some college assignments and learning … Continue reading Pro-Tools & Windows audio troubleshooting, aka how (not) to have a nightmare
Analogue to Digital Conversion Process – jargon buster
I had to make some notes for an upcoming assessment at college and I thought this is a good idea to make a useful post out of it. This information can be collided separately from other places (see references), but this short compendium might be useful for the unanointed or for anyone else whom might … Continue reading Analogue to Digital Conversion Process – jargon buster