Location: Home Office
Input Device: Cyber Rig + Folding USB Keyboard
Visual: nano editor, messy desk in the periphery
Emotional: Success! But annoyed by on call.
OK that was the suck. I just lost my file. My USB
battery died. I should test the capacity on that
one. I am now using a replacement.
So basically, I have been testing the Cybah Rig.
During the holidays, I picked up a 4.5-20 volt
step-up regulator from Pololu. I am using it on the
Cybah Rig for the face-mounted display (Olympus
FMD-250w), which runs at 7.5 volts. I have a 5
volt USB battery that powers a Raspberry Pi Zero W
and the face-mounted display.
Today, I had some time to finish up the Cybah Rig
with the regulator so the whole thing can be
mobile. Not sure why, but that is now an option.
I don't really have the mental bandwidth right now
to write about it much so I have some pictures that
will probably speak to the project much better than
I could in words at this moment. I'm pretty tired
and also have a maintenance window to attend to
For now, here are some pictures:
Pololu U3V70A Step-Up Voltage regulator (back)
Pololu U3V70A Step-Up Voltage regulator (front)
Voltage Adjustment Screw
Adjusting voltage to 7.5 volts
Painting wire with Liquid Tape
Soldering wire for Ghetto USB splitter
Ghetto USB splitter
Components inside pen case
Cyber Rig case closed
Cyber Rig case open
Cyber Rig operational
Cyber Rig diagram
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