So, it’s been a while…
Recently my time has been taken up of exams and such, however, one interesting point to add is that I’ve recently finished a school project that involved building a model rocket that can be actively stabilised. Hopefully, i can say that i’ve achieved this. And with that over, it’s left a void in me that’s almost too willing to continue and improve the prototype (maybe add a few more features), or, at least fix some bugs in the system.
So this is what i would like to share with you. It seems almost selfish in keeping any details and information of the project and hopefully any visitors would find it interesting enough to carry on and build upon the foundations of this work. At the moment, the model can evolve into many projects as it provides a basic framework for a microcontroller and the servos for controlling the fins…
I hope this doesn’t seem to ambiguous. So i’ll keep you posted with more details…
What succumbed me to create a blog i do not know. One reason i can think of is the thought of writing my ideas and thoughts onto this one page, and hopefully clear my mind for once.
Hopefully, in due course, some of my projects will be posted for your scrutiny. And, to be honest, any help would be appreciated as i’m going for something way above my understanding…
So, for the time being, catch you later.
[“To see your world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wild flower. To hold infinity in the palm of your hand, An eternity in an hour.” William Blake.]