Hello! I'm wondering about useful and comfortable headphones and microphones. I was originally looking at a throat mic system to eliminate noise and distribute mass around a bit, but I'm not sure their sound quality will be what I'm looking for, so for the microphone I'm looking at something like this: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32967800739.html For headphones, I want something low profile and light since I intent on wearing the device almost full time. My current choice are open-ear bone conduction headphones, but I haven't had a chance to test the sound quality yet: https://aftershokz.ca/products/sportz-titanium I'm wondering about what everyone else has found comfortable and works. Thanks!
Hey, I've been doing some research on some lower cost alternatives than the prebuilt optics, and found that some of the cheaper stuff uses an spi interface and I wondered if a screen with a beam splitter would work without any other lenses or would I need a fresnel lens? (or any other lens) link to the display im thinking about: https://www.banggood.com/0_96-Inch-7Pin-HD-Color-IPS-Screen-TFT-LCD-Display-SPI-ST7735-Module-For-Arduino-p-1370911.html?rmmds=category&cur_warehouse=CN also Ive been looking for development boards other than the pi zero so i can run some more advanced stuff like face recognition and just having extra power for the future, anyway i found some other sbcs like lattepanda or orangepi, would it be worthwhile getting a more powerful one or not? I don't have a concern with power as i have a load of lipos that i can regulate down to 12v or 5v (also they work as portable chargers as well) thanks
I know the Pi Zero can be easily powered by just about any USB 5V power bank, but does anyone have any solutions they are particularly happy with? This goes on your face and USB cables and connectors aren't exactly known for their high flexibility. I wouldn't want the whole power solution to be awkward or tug on things, that kind of makes a comfy head mounted computer awkward itself if it does. What are people who have actually used it most happy with? The openeyetap design is really nice but I worry about the practical side of needing to tether it to a chunky or handheld power bank.