AXIOM Remote

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This device, and its associated software, is a remote control unit designed to compliment the AXIOM Beta range of cameras. Like the devices it controls, AXIOM Remote is an open source, open hardware project and all data surrounding its research and development has been made freely available.

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1 Status

April 2020

  • Printed circuit boards for a first version prototype have been designed and populated.
  • Haptic button options are being tested.
  • PCB has been debugged.
  • Enclosure prototypes have been 3D printed (first step towards ordering aluminium milled parts).
  • UI design is ongoing - C firmware prototype is now being ported to C++: (please see this page's footer if you'd like too assist).

AXIOM Team Talk 14.3 (Oct 2018) covered AXIOM Remote development progress.

2 Technical

Enclosure Hardware
Graphical User Interface Development Notes

3 Resources

Original Concepts GitHub Repository
apertus° Lab: AXIOM Remote Task Workboard

ARPCsl02 AXIOM Remote ConceptV4 Slant.jpg

AXIOM Remote Concept 2019 - Note: Design is subject to change as improvements are made.