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February 2020 – Experimentation of GPIO on the Raspberry pi to remove the need of extra peripherals. Modification of the API speech software. PCB version 2.1. Various applications for funding.
Presentation at Eton Design School
Summary of events so far
January 2020 – Increased efficiency of code to work faster on a system with half the RAM. Complete phonetic of the English dictionary now loads in under one minute on Raspberry Pi 0 w
December 2019 – Formally incorporated as a Business. Pitched to a private funding group
November 2019 – Built custom PCBs to incorporate Raspberry Pi Compute 3+ module
October 2019 – Meeting with Action on Hearing Loss regarding further development
September 2019 – Presentation to private funding group
June 2019 – Presented final University outcome. Summation of this can be found here. Uses Raspberry pi 3B+, Arduino pro micro and 6 motor drivers
April 2019 – Rewrote entire script in Python3 with much faster success
March 2019 – Presented initial research to the public at Hoxton Arches
February 2019 – First working code version in C++ and Java
December 2018 – Preliminary presentation to industry about the problems found and potential solutions
November 2018 – Created first proving principle system
September 2018 – Research started based on outcome of previous work into different representations of senses