On Wed, Jan 02, 2008 at 09:26:10PM -0800, Andrew Greenberg wrote:
> Hey everyone!
> 
> A billion years ago, Tim and I made a spin table for calibrating
> gyroscopes. Dan *just* got it to work using a bunch of his PIC/CAN
> tools. Dave has now volunteered to port it to the LPC, but we need to
> hack an LPC2148 board to get this to work.
> 
> We have a beginning schematic, and we need someone to finish up the
> schematic (very easy, trust us), work with Dave to figure out exact pin
> out, and then solder up the whole thing. It's about 5+ hours of
> soldering, I think.
> 
> I'd totally do it, but I don't have time, and this is a GREAT first
> project for someone.
> 
> Anyone interested!

I am.  BTW I'll be on campus this saterday for a PARTS meeting.  I could
meet up with Dave around 3pm (at Hotlips?) and spend a few hrs on this.

--mgross

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> Andrew
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