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Schematics

BeagleBone Green and Teensy 3.1
The Teensy 3.1 is connected via the Grove connector to the /dev/ttyO2 port of the BeagleBone Green. Matrix display choices are computed from the Myo raw classifier and sent over serial to the display attached to the real time controller.
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Code

Python Myo Raw processing code
This library runs on the beaglebone to received and classify raw myo data
LED Matrix Display
Arduino compatible code aimed at the Teensy 3.1+ series of controllers for LED matrix display of turn and stop lights.

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Tisham Dhar

I am an Electronics Engineer who mostly works with aerial and space based remote sensing projects. I fiddle with home automation and renewable energy projects.

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