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« on: March 02, 2006, 06:15:59 pm »

Hello Joe, Johan, and collective hacker/forum members,

It has been two months since we had a chance to meet as CES and I finally finished pouring through the archived materials that the Neuros site contains. I'll be the first to admit that my hacking skills are about as good as my numb chucking skills and I think I've only used numb chucks once to a painful end. However, I've noticed that from what I can tell, there is no consolidated source of information for the outside hackers/developers. Joe, you had suggested that I bring this up on the forum so that everyone can benefit from our conversations.

In that light I would request that the most recent content for the recorder three developer board be placed in this forum or in another suitable location. I'm looking for the following if possible: Gerber files, BOM, assembly procedures, firmware, software, etc. I've seen a piece or two for each of the different products but I think this would be most beneficial for the development boards.

I would also like to make it known to the forum that my company is trying to make a camera module as an offshoot from the Neuros design/development, with Joe’s blessing of course. Those of you out there who have experience with the development boards and are interested in working on either the hardware or software side of a Neuros spin-off product please send me an email.

I look forward to hearing from all of you and I am excited to see the innovations that Neuros and this forum are able to come up with.

-Jason
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2006, 12:45:22 am »

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However, I've noticed that from what I can tell, there is no consolidated source of information for the outside hackers/developers.

As far as I have seen, there isn't a consolidated place.  There are some sources of information though.  The ones I have seen are:

http://svn.neurosaudio.com/
http://groups.google.com/group/Neuros-DM320Hardware
http://bugzilla.neurostechnology.com/
http://www.theneuros.com/index.php/Main_Page
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Neuros442/

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In that light I would request that the most recent content for the recorder three developer board be placed in this forum or in another suitable location. I'm looking for the following if possible: Gerber files, BOM, assembly procedures, firmware, software, etc. I've seen a piece or two for each of the different products but I think this would be most beneficial for the development boards.


I haven't seen much but discussions (on the google group) and source code (on the subversion site) regarding the R3 though.  The last few days there has been some discussion on the google group about the R3 and features though.

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I would also like to make it known to the forum that my company is trying to make a camera module as an offshoot from the Neuros design/development, with Joe’s blessing of course.


That sounds pretty kewl.   Some sort of video camera?  What is going to be special about it that one of the regular bullet cams that people have been using with their 442s doesn't do?

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« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2006, 07:37:03 pm »

Andrew gave you pretty much all the links to the info available. The Wiki, open.neurostechnology.com and our google group are the best source of information for developpers. Give us a little more time to consolidate the info though, we are not quite their yet.

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