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Re: [koruza] KORUZA update: NIR pixel / licensing


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  • From: Musti < >
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  • Subject: Re: [koruza] KORUZA update: NIR pixel / licensing
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 14:05:01 +0000

Hi,

the BOM is not yet finalized, will be published as soon as possible.

I will also make sets of parts available as a kit, to get everyone
started as easily as possible and probably cheaper then if you ordered
parts individually, also quality controlled to avoid some problems.

Kind regards,
Musti

On 15.1.2015 13:53, Charles N Wyble wrote:
> Do you have a finalized bom? If so, please publish it so we can acquire
> the parts ( especially if they have lead time).
>
> Thanks.
>
> On January 13, 2015 2:11:31 PM CST, Ryan Watson
> < >
> wrote:
>
> Congratulations! I look forward to following development on GitHub.
>
> Regards,
> W
>
> On Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 2:56 PM, Musti
> <
>
> <mailto: >>
> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am happy to update you all on KORUZA progress. The calibration
> tool is
> progressing well so construction and calibration process can soon be
> documented and made reliable, moving from "black magic" to
> following a
> few simple steps. Nearing the open-source release, licensing
> information
> has been sorted out and your comments are welcome.
>
> NIR pixels is a tool developed for observing NIR (SWIR) IR
> optical beams
> 1100nm to 16500nm in which range KORUZA used wavelengths fall.
> Due to
> the lower photon energy, this light can not be well detected by
> regular
> silicon based detectors and so far no affordable methods were
> available.
>
> Head over to https://github.com/IRNAS/NIRpixel for more
> information in
> the readme. Would anyone be willing to actively step in and with
> my help
> design a complete KORUZA calibration tool. This requires some MCU
> firmware development, circuit design (I can do it) and user
> interface
> construction. The calibration device must be a standalone unit
> that you
> place on a camera stand. It will have a few LED on board, extended
> information should be available via WiFI preferrably using ESP8266
> module we can put there along with a battery.
>
> KORUZA licensing has been discussed and I have chosen CERN OHL
> license
> for hardware and GPL v3 for firmware/software. Repository is
> prepared
> with this information, comments welcome:
> https://github.com/IRNAS/KORUZA
>
> Timeline wise, it is all best effort making the system properly
> open-source as soon as time possibly allows. I will keep this
> mailing
> list posted with the updates and let you know when it is the
> right time
> to start building units.
>
> Kind regards,
> Musti
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