SERINDA – Why the framework choices?

The "competition" Here's a pretty good article on what's available in the "good" section.  I'll hit some highs and lows of each and a couple others. Vuzix Blade - beautiful. I'm not going into a review. There's a projector on one eye and you've got to link to it via their OS.  These are the …

SERINDA – Things that keep me up at night

I haven't been sleeping much the last few months.  Now, the last week making this much interactive progress I'm sleeping less.  Imagine spending the last 17 years working on pieces of a project that were slowly coming along in multiple programming languages and had kind of worked, but now all coming together much better than …

SERINDA – another success

Today was another successful testing phase. I had a lot of issues with Docker. It initially worked.  Then didn't.  The Windows 10 machine I have has 4GB RAM and 16 of Opteron which Docker doesn't care it says 4GB RAM means it won't start up.  So Docker was out. VirtualBox was no better. The Debian …

SERINDA Project: Architecture

I've put this off a few days while I worked on a bunch of different aspects of the code.  I wanted to integrate some pieces into one page.  I wanted to do a bunch to the code.  I ended up reverting a bunch of code and sticking with plain stuff for now instead of complicating …

SERINDA – a lot going on

I haven't finished the architecture post, yet. It's coming. I have a lot of handwritten notes to transcribe and a lot of thoughts to type so it'll be soon. So much is happening quite fast since I made the switch to Node.js for my work. The biggest piece of news is that I finally had …

Picovoice/Porcupine evaluation – that’s a no from me

https://picovoice.ai/ For non-commercial purposes it seemed like it was quite the boon for my project. It took about an hour for me to figure out what I needed to do between a mac and linux machine. Not that it took an hour to figure out Porcupine - the demo video was 3 minutes! I wanted …

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