I ended last weekend on a really high note because of my little slingatron project. I have since looked up how others have made them, and it looks like I took a different direction. I kinda like the reminder that I often see things at a different angle than others. A few weeks ago I came up with a way of tracking very medium sized fast moving objects without cameras [they would be super expensive or the object would need to be small or travel a long distance so the camera could be farther away] that looks to be truly unique. It would infer orientation in “real-time” rather than capture it. No idea if it’s practical outside the intended application (which is secret); that could be why it hasn’t been attempted before [to the best of my knowledge/google], but I’m kinda proud of it. I would like to do a proof of concept, but I don’t think it’s worth the time I have available. I’m currently looking for someone to give me a chance and let me put my full passion into developing for them. I really liked the quick and dirty weekend project though, it was a departure from my normally overly analyzed way of doing things. So what’s next? A different MCU maybe? A robotic arm I need to make move? Maybe something more professional to showcase my skills. Pure focus on trying to sell myself (I hate that)? Maybe one of those IoT projects that people seem to think are so cool. How about busting out the FPGA? That sounds fun. Maybe improve this site [a bunch]. So many things, none of which included my Wife or dogs, so I should probably do something with them. Oh yeah, computer vision would be cool, I have a cmos camera lying around somewhere…just so much to do and not enough time or money. I’ll figure it out soon I guess, but I want to do make something again this weekend.