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v n + 1 = v Δ t h b s η n + 1

This is known as the correction step. However, when the model is non-hydrostatic ( ϵ n h = 1 ) we need an additional step and an additional equation for ϕ n h . This is obtained by substituting (2.47) , (2.48) and (2.49) into continuity:

(2.66) [ 2 h + r r ] ϕ n h n + 1 = 1 Δ t h v + r ˙ r
v = v Δ t h b s η n + 1

Note that η n + 1 is also used to update the second RHS term r ˙ r since the vertical velocity at the surface ( ˙ r s u r f ) is evaluated as ( η n + 1 η n ) / Δ t .

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Pinoccio Wi-Fi Development Board

Here’s a bit of history… In late 2012 or early 2013 I became aware of this Indiegogo campaign titled “ Pinoccio – A Complete Ecosystem Building of the Internet of Things ” It was a small 1″ x 2″ Arduino compatible board using a chip similar to the one used by the Arduino Mega. This variety had a built in mesh radio such as used by the X-Bee system. It had a built-in LiPo battery, an RGB LED, a temperature sensor and a Wi-Fi backpack. You could connect to one of the units called a Lead Scout via Wi-Fi and then it would communicate to the other units over mesh radio which were known as Field Scouts. I quickly signed up at the $149 support level which would get me a Lead Scout and a Field Scout. Although the units were a bit pricey, if you added up what it would cost to buy an Arduino Mega, battery, charger circuit, X-Bee radio, and Wi-Fi module it seemed like a bargain at the time. They were seeking $60,000 in funding and end up raising over $105,000. Put this in proper context note that this was several months before Spark Core appeared on Kickstarter . Note that Spark Core has recently rebranded as .

Had Pinoccio made its original delivery date of July 2013 they would’ve beaten everyone to market and would’ve been a major player in the Internet of Things movement. There were plans for a smaller version without the battery and sensors that would’ve been easier to embed into production products. There were plans for a variety of backpacks or shields including the one I was most anxious to see… infrared LED and receiver. My goal was to use it to create an Internet capable IR remote. I wanted to create an inexpensive alternative to the RedEye IR Remote from ThinkFlood. And it was a good thing I was planning such because ThinkFlood was shutting down as seen here .

My Pinoccho boards upon arrival.

The folks from Pinoccio quickly learned the hard lessons of crowd sourced funding. Lesson number one is inevitably “If you’ve got a great idea it’s easier to raise money then it is to bring a product to market.” I won’t bother to recount the litany of things that caused multiple delays but the bottom line is that backers did not get their units until April 2014 a full 10 months past the initial estimated delivery. The reasons were the usual things: finding suppliers, finding someone to make the boards, setting up the business itself. It seemed that the main reason/excuse for delays was that “We want to get the software right.” Tumi Small M Tote Nylon Tote Blue Ocean Blue Uq47Yjqd

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