Christopher and Elecia chat about the Hackaday prize, Unity class (and their games), the blog, hams, and IDEs.
Embedded.fm blog posts we discussed:
Chris wrote about ham radio practice tests and his plane's maiden flight. Elecia is working her way through her book about taking apart toys. Chris Svec is taking a microprocessors approach in Embedded Systems 101. And Andrei's current Embedded Wednesdays posts have been about number format and accelerometer output. Sign up for the Embedded.fm newsletter to get blog content in your email box.
Hackaday Prize! Yay! Sign up early and often.
Chris and Elecia have been taking a Unity course on Udemy (pricing becomes more sensible after April 1). Elecia's game is live for the next 30 days, you can play it from your computer's browser (but not Chrome). Audio "enhances" the experience. Also: you were warned.
Atomic Game Engine is another game engine but open source.
Justin has 8 reels of 800 of Atmel AT32UC3A3256S-ALVR. Let us know if you'd like to be connected.
Elecia liked the Ed Emberley Make A World drawing book.
Bipedal robots at RobotShop.com for software programming or SparkFun's Redbot kit for more hardware oriented fun.
If you missed last year's April Fools Embedded.fm: The Elon Musk of Earth. Feel free to listen to it again on April 1 as there will be no such gag this year.