Hehe, actually: Nope. It's more simple: It's two different guys.Most likes for:
Guy at the microscope !!!
First picture from behind, without gloves and thinking "fuck yeah, what should happen with ESD-crap"
Second picture from near, WITH gloves and thinking "damn, customer is lurking around and is taking proofpictures. Have to show him how we could handle it"
I know what I'm talking about ;-)
BTW: The keymat in the dark looks beautiful, and that's still with the old keymat (and therefore it will be even better with the updated keymat):
... but unfortunately, after it came out from the steam oven, the OMAP5 and the Memory Chips moved around:
A steam solder oven? Cool, now the Pyra gets a little bit steampunk
I guess in English a steam solder oven is more normally known as a vapour phase oven (or a condensation oven). It's not steam or water vapour involved, but usually the condensation of a grease onto the PCB transferring the heat of condensation into the solder.
Not bad, I thought it was the new mat but compared to the first try, the lights are already much brighter now. So even with more LEDs, these don't seem to have to be very bright to make a decent keymat light.
Oh, are the chips at least re-usable or are they all broken now?