I mean the strap the DS shipped with. It has a little sliding piece of plastic on it to go on your thumb tip, and another piece that slides to tighten the strap around your thumb. It is extremely simple, but a very good idea and design.Hmm... You could connect an M3 dart tip to a lanyard
Ok. I was kinda wanting you to say "aluminum". You would probably get a bunch of people throwing money at you if you wanted to make aluminum cases.Probably polycarbonate
I am looking forward to getting one so I can do general computer stuff on it, and play all the ports that @ptitSeb keeps teasing me with, since they don't work on a CC. Also, mobile phone stuff.I'm looking forward to getting a Pyra so I can try out the RHS on it as well.
I guess I should have tried harder to be a smart ass. That was my intention, but I screwed up immediately. What I meant to say was "You really paid for a prototype so you could put some aluminum standoffs with screws and a dart tip in the stylus slot? Really? You couldn't find something better to do with the money?"Before some smart ass chips in - yes, I'm looking forward to the Pyra for uses beyond whether or not I can use my homemade stylus with it.
I am also more of a keyboard than touchscreen person (none of my laptops have touchscreens). The stock stylus is good enough, but it was a bit too light, thin, and way too short for me. The RHS allows you to tweak the weight a little, and it is long enough that you don't feel like you are using a crayon. Speaking of crayons, I was using an XStylus for a while, and I really liked how it made it both wider and longer, but it started to crack on the sides.@Grench i remember the thread (it was one of the first threads i remember from when i first joined). thought it was interesting. if i ever have issues with my stylus strength/precision, i'll probably do something along those lines.
but who knows if i'll even use the stylus much -- i'm more of a keyboard than a touch-screen kinda guy, though i do do some drawing from time to time.
I could probably set up an aluminum case but it would be expensive and there would be many a conductance issue (as in the entire case would be one huge conductor). On top of that would be wireless reception. Placing any wireless antenna in what is essentially a faraday cage really doesn't work unless you turn part of that cage into an antenna or make a hole for the antenna.Ok. I was kinda wanting you to say "aluminum".
This is exactly what I want to do. Has there been a harness made for the Pyra? I want to wear it like I wear my phones. Please keep me posted. I did drop a Pandora and cracked the screen. Then cracked the replacement just closing the lid after a successful installation. I want this right with me and running at all times. I used to carry four battery banks. The plan is to connect a Vufine display and use it as a wearable.When I asked for a lanyard strap hole in the case the immediate reaction was to call me nuts for wanting to wear the Pandora hanging around my neck. Good times.
This might work for me, but of course I will need input, so now I am back to strapping it to my arm. I guess I could try it around my neck.The plan is to connect a Vufine display and use it as a wearable
I have seen quite a few phone cases and laptop harnesses but nothing quite right for Pyra. We should design something. My use-case is an all day wearable. The keyboard should hang right at the 'texting zone'. The video cable to the HMD needs to be secured by the lanyard and at the case. I have not found a Bluetooth display.No harness as of yet, but I don't doubt official cases will be made at some point, and if that's too long a wait for you there's almost certainly a third party case that will do the job -
The thing about fanny packs and holsters is they are always 'away'. I want it right in front of me and ready at all times. Having it on the arm is good but a little awkward to view and operate.This reminds me, I looked at a bunch of fanny packs on Etsy. Found a couple cool iridescent and pink and green ones, but nothing I really love. I am still probably leaning toward a holster if pocketing it is too much.
...so now I am back to strapping it to my arm. I guess I could try it around my neck.
That was Malaysia, I think there were a few more numbers before the 7.79.90 for a pair of pants? What are they thinking?
No, nobody's really considering more than 4GB of RAM just yet because for most of the usecases we can think of 4GB is already excessive, and for anything where it isn't we can always run swap temporarily. And we haven't actallly seen physical 4GB units working yet, so ED's still got to prove that works (although all simulations now suggest it really should).This should be a thread, but: can a Linux system be tethered to an Android device to share processes? Sure I could use Android terminal emulator to SSH into the Pyra. But could I share RAM and processor between the devices? My OnePlus has 8GB RAM and it would be nice to have a wearable cluster.
Is there any news about a Pyra with more than 4GB RAM?
That was travel mode with only two phones. One was the Nexus 5X for the Google Fi SIM card. I had service in most counties. The other was the Onesplus 3 with 6GB RAM. I chose them because UbPorts was working on an Ubuntu image for them. Then Canonical stopped work on Ubuntu Touch causing setbacks.doesn't all of that get a bit heavy? It seems a bit redundant redundant to have more than two phones.
I just got back from my trip. I will get a desktop motherboard with 128GB RAM and a laptop with 64 GB. The video cards I need have 8 or 12 GB. This is for deep learning and simulations.No, nobody's really considering more than 4GB of RAM just yet because for most of the usecases we can think of 4GB is already excessive,..
..maybe plan9 can run processes on one CPU using RAM from another, because it's designed to run across the network and you can definitely run filesystems that way on it, but I don't know anyone using that OS for proper serious work.
can't wear stuff around my neck that weighs more that an ID card say. Anything heavier bangs about annoyingly as I walk, which isn't ideal for my state of mind any more than it is for the expensive electronics that I'm banging about. But anything I can sling round my neck can usually be worn on my shoulder, so that's what I do.