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CrossRoads

Good thing it was only on protoboard!
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Emmanuel Castillo

Excellent!
I have a question
it's a normal cat, right?

Or i need a special kind of cat, for the project?
LOL
:smiley-mr-green: :D
Ok first of all, believe in yourself...

cjdelphi

Lol my cat does the same thing!

I'll take pics next time... (mine will sit and attempt to sleep on the arduino)

Jack Christensen


it's a normal cat, right?


Here, we seldom use those two words together in the same sentence  :D
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johnft

That photo reminds us of the saying "dogs have masters, but cats have staff" :)
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kf2qd

Cats can be fairly easy to control. Just make them into quadcopters.....

CrossRoads

Well, we do have 4 black cats. Never seem to see all 4 in the same place tho ...
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jeffmorris


CrossRoads

We had 6 - two ran off or were eaten or something earlier this year. Down to 4 at the moment.
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Jack Christensen

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CrossRoads

Ah, it's exponential! Should have stayed down in the linear range 8)
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wizdum

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Jul 29, 2013, 04:42 am Last Edit: Jul 29, 2013, 04:44 am by wizdum Reason: 1




At least i'm still in the visible range with 3. I have one cat that hates everyone, one cat thats afraid of everyone, and one cat that loves everything. The one that loves everything is the most problematic. She likes to walk across my workbench and knock every little piece off of it, one at a time. And theres a lot of stuff on my workbench. They have become less troublesome now that they have discovered that the 12" fan on the top of my PC vents heat upward.
"Anyone who isn't confused really doesn't understand the situation."

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Pedro147

kf2qd

Cats can be fairly easy to control. Just make them into quadcopters.....


What like this one?
http://www.pedroduino.com

radman

Cats don't need the propeller. Some New York vets realised that cat fatalities rose with the height the cat had fallen from, but then levelled off at less than 100% dead around 5-6 floors not increasing no matter how high the cats fell from.

Apparently cats can survive hitting the ground at their terminal velocity. Falling from above 5 floors gives them time to adopt a good skydiving position and relax!

Jack Christensen

A perpetual motion machine can be made by strapping a piece of buttered toast to the back of a cat (butter side up). Drop the whole works and it will stop a foot or so off the floor and hover, spinning, because it cannot decide which side to land on.
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