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SPARK Museum Mechanical TV Detailed Documentation

Postby maallyn » Thu Aug 24, 2017 3:39 pm

Folks:

Earlier, I posted about my SPARK Museum Mechanical TV Project for the SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention in Bellingham, Washington.

Some of you requested more detailed information.

This link

http://www.allyn.com/SPARK_Museum_Mecha ... vision.pdf

is for a detailed PDF document that includes schematics, photographs, flow diagrams, and software code listings. I hope this is enough for someone to re-create the project if they wish.

I have also created a new youtube video as I had received comments that my earlier video was hard to understand and too long. The link to the new youtube video is:


youtu.be/GNyxVlXjwSM

Enjoy! I hope this clears up some misunderstanding and questions.

Mark Allyn
Bellingham, Washington
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Re: SPARK Museum Mechanical TV Detailed Documentation

Postby Robonz » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:03 pm

Great work Mark, I certainly would visit if it was not so far from New Zealand.

Great video and great piece of kit, thanks for sharing. Possibly the best video I have seen showing the Televisor. Good for anyone wanting to make a replica as you can see a lot of detail. I will refer to this to try and get some bits of mine to look a "bit" like a real one.

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Re: SPARK Museum Mechanical TV Detailed Documentation

Postby maallyn » Sat Aug 26, 2017 1:04 pm

Keith:

Thank you for the compliment! This was a very enjoyable project!

I hope both the video and the document can help!

Mark
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