what is your module?
__ scans RFID cards, converts them to sounds + text + binary; selects questions from array [via knob] + sonifies them / selects answers randomly from an array [only whenever there is an input signal]
what is its output?
__ RFID-read card-to-sound [audio 1] / LED [blinks to RFID binary] / binaty [HIGH/LOW] via RFID binary / text via Tx / text to LCD [via knob] / text to LCD [via input signal] / text-to-sound [audio 2]
what is its inputs?
__ RFID-read card / signal / text [via knob]
how does your the module work with others' module?
__ sends text [via Tx] / sends binary signal ///// receives signal
where are you at the moment?
__ Did a prototype on an experimental PCB
what are you struggling with?
git init git clone [repo link] git status git add [file-name.txt] git add -A git commit -m "[commit message]" git rm -r [file-name.txt] git push git pull
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