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    Computer

    This isn't really a home build CCR as such, more of an exercise in coding.

    I'm writing up a few software projects at the moment and was curious, are there any features / functions / or any suggestion really, that you guys would be interested in seeing on a CCR computer?

    I noticed a lot of talk about the logic used by the Vision system when determining which cells are out of range etc.

    So the floor is open, anything goes. (apart from stupid shit obviously.)

    For what it's worth I'm coding in Java.

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    Can you produce a PDF file of it?
    Proud to be a boring health and softy crap following sissie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickpicks View Post
    Can you produce a PDF file of it?
    Of the code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ootini View Post
    Of the code?
    No, just saying all the amazing things it will do and how little it will cost. Bonus points are awarded for a subtle slagging off of other on-market products!

    But, joking aside, I've always thought a "time left until you would run out of bailout gas if you bailed out right now, using the gas mixes, volumes and SAC rates you have provided me" calculation would be good and interesting to know.

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    Ok lets start.

    You need to decide what hardware you are going to be using first......

    1- Monitor the sensors , covert to ppo2 display info in real time or near enough, in an easy to see/ read format.

    Using 3-7 sensors ??
    Last edited by bubbleless; 02-09-2014 at 02:13 PM.

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    Cost of gas, had you been on OC. So you can tell all the OC divers about it. Constantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuvavu View Post
    Cost of gas, had you been on OC. So you can tell all the OC divers about it. Constantly.
    No! just add a buddy screen that continually updates this information during the dive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbleless View Post
    Ok lets start.

    You need to decide what hardware you are going to be using first......

    1- Monitor the sensors , covert to ppo2 display info in real time or near enough, in an easy to see/ read format.

    Using 3-7 sensors ??
    I'm actually working on a module now that will allow the user to define the number of cells in use, with three set as the minimum (purely because most units have three cells as standard.).
    I can poll the sensors as often as is required, at the moment it's once per second, is that often enough? Too often?

    I'm currently working on the software engine, the GUI (display) will come afterwards.

    I've built in a few functions that are probably not that useful but helped me get my head around the logic I was aiming for. Namely, if the units depth drops below the MOD for the diluent it goes bat shit mental; obviously this is something the diver should be in control of, but I just added it as an idiot alarm.

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    Make two cells the minimum, quite a few homebuilding and some kiss divers will use two to avoid your brain making bad decisions if two cells are wrong but agree.

    Digs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Make two cells the minimum, quite a few homebuilding and some kiss divers will use two to avoid your brain making bad decisions if two cells are wrong but agree.

    Digs.
    That was one thing that was a catalyst for this project really. The logic behind the question, when 1 out of 3 cells goes off range, do you assume that cell is correct and the shit is hitting the fan, or do you assume that cell is wrong and the 2 "agreeing" cells are to be trusted.


 
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