Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Best of both worlds

We have the Kedok with an LCD display and one with voice only. I really loved the Kedok voice but it had one problem.
Using it at the range you have no idea what the shooter settings are and you have to ask to know them, which is very disturbing to the others.
Months ago Jan said to me, why not make it with both? I saw too many objections, like how to keep the costs low and is the Arduino CPU powerful enough to handle both. This weekend I started to build a Kedok with voice and a display. It does work very well and the price is almost the same. Think in a couple of months it is finished and tested. Love to see the new born?

Well, here it is: