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So build board, Flash sd, network conf and AWAY it goes ???
A simple Viberry distro so to speak
Coming soon.
Very soon.

(Had to wait until I had a working pi.)
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Viberry3.0

1. download file
https://mega.nz/#!ABd0hCDZ!HQso28YpU...e2ahQUVlP6PZh8
2. unzip
3. write to 32GB micro SD card (sorry, it's all I have - if someone has a way to make a "universal" image, please do so)
https://sourceforge.net/projects/win...atest/download
4. edit wpa_supplicant.conf
5. insert into pi, install sensor and power supply
6. boot up, give it a minute, find "raspberrypi" on your wireless network
7. download, install and run qvibe-analyser

IT DOESN'T GET ANY EASIER THAN THIS!

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It gets much easier when you can figure out how to get a "key" from Mega. Sorry to anyone who had a problem earlier; the link has been fixed.
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Sorry, Nalleh, but mac users like you and me have to jump through more hoops:
https://thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry...ry-pis-sd-card
I'm putting together an image file as we speak. I'll post when it get it uploaded (hopefully, with a key that works ).
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zipped mac image is here:
https://mega.nz/#!VZMTwKbZ!uElioBM0T...ZEF5uwt45pVaVA
Follow instructions in PiHut link in post above to restore to 32GB microSD card.
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fwiw the "official" way to do this is via pi-gen (tutorial in http://kmdouglass.github.io/posts/cr...pi-gen-part-1/) however I think it's fair to say this is an advanced topic so needs some background in the underlying tools to know what is going on.

for your particular case of wanting to shrink the filesystem so it fits on a smaller card, there are many scripts out there which may work. Some are listed in this thread -> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/v...c.php?t=145712 but basically start from raspbian lite (so the underlying is as small as possible already) and then add just what you need before shrinking it down.
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Used lite for these. The zips are only a little over 1GB, so there's obviously no need for the empty sectors.
I don't need to shrink the filesystem, I just don't need to copy the "empty" parts of the card.
The "may work" part is what's been frustrating, but I'll give it a look once I finish another project.
Even if no one else is interested.
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I don't need to shrink the filesystem, I just don't need to copy the "empty" parts of the card.
This is exactly what shrinking the filesystem does

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Excellent. I'll look into it in case someone has an old 8GB card lying around, since that's all it really needs.
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Looks like most of them require a Linux computer or, in the case of the Windows option, the (outdated) Windows program to decompress.
If someone really needs it, they can mail me a card for 55 cents.
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And now, on to playing with my Viberry (finally!)

With the sensor taped to the dust cap of one of the JBL subs in my magic square array, I was able to demonstrate that there is, indeed, no difference between using LS with positive gain or HS with negative gain plus overall gain boost.
LS6 @ 40 Hz +6 dB


HS6 @ 40 Hz -6 dB +6 dB overall gain:


added another LS6 +6 dB @ 20 Hz just for fun:


and, of course, the mandatory EoT run (at -40 on the avr!):


I'm not as curious about the drop at 5Hz that we're all seeing as I am about the rise from 5Hz to 0.
Odd, that.

Anyhow, having a blast. Time to move the sensor around.
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Great work LBNL !! Awsome to finally see someone elses graphs in here, LOL.

Yup, your curves look pretty identical as mine and d00d’s when we taped the sensor to the cones

But you know you can show several curves at once?

Either save each to the three snapshots, or save them and then load them all again

Yeah, i really wonder about the sub 10hz conondrum too! It would be great if we could get it to measure flat

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I was having trouble finding the snapshots. Changed the default folder to Desktop, and now I'm good. Next time.
I doubt very much my speaker can (safely) generate a 5Hz signal. It would be interesting to see how our graphs compare to some professional equipment, though.
Still can't believe much of the frustration was because of the router!
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Ahh, i thought you were on Mac

BTW: your pic nr 2 is the same as nr 3, the +6dB


No problem measuring 5 hz, just start easy and DON’T run sine waves for extended period of time(more than 30sec).

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I'm bilingual; I can curse fluently at macs from Snow Leopard to High Sierra and Windows from 7 Home to 10.
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It was the link to the second pic that was wrong. Thanks. The idea was to show that the two filters function the same. They really do.
I can measure 5Hz and I can measure 2Hz; I just don't think it's accurate.

It appears that sitting on the sensor, besides being slightly uncomfortable, gives overload errors. I don't need my pi to tell me I'm overweight.
I'd like to be able to get some readings that represent what the body feels. I have EoT measurements attached to the chair (as you would expect, slightly less/lower than attached to the speaker), but couldn't get readings attached to my butt.

Further sacrifices in the name of science.
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Yes, i know the two ways of filtering is the same, i have tried it in REW.

Regarding overload errors: i have had that too

Problem: while programs are running and you make BIG movements, like sitting your body down on the sensor, you get errors.

Solution: sit down on the sensor and THEN start the programs

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Stumbled across a nice feature of the analyzer: if you don't like the colors on the graph, just keep clicking "Show Data."
This graph originally had blue lines that were hard to tell apart.
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I have the sensor in an old compact flash case. Seems to be working fine.
Wish I had longer wires, though. Have been working on splinting the female to female ends together with header pins with some success.
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I recently updated analyzer to the latest version after falling behind and it is looking great! The UI issues I saw before are all cleaned up and looking good. Thanks again for both of your work on this!
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So let's see some graphs! We all need to learn from this experiment; it is definitely a work (perhaps even a field) in progress.
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I have the sensor in an old compact flash case. Seems to be working fine.
Wish I had longer wires, though. Have been working on splinting the female to female ends together with header pins with some success.
Working.


The sensors came with two headers to solder, one straight, the other angled. I pulled out the pins from the unused straight header and used them to join the wires:


Shrinkwrap to give me one cable 12" (30cm) long:



Obviously, starting with a longer wire is much easier and better. Nice to know 30cm works fine.

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Do you still have the overload errors?

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Thanks to your info (which has been added to the guide), I sit on the sensor (in its case, now) and THEN boot up the pi. No issues since.
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Calibration with Viberry

This my BOSS-back chair: one JBL speaker mounted to the back of my recliner.
Bottom line is background noise.
Signal is Viberry standard white noise.
Middle line was simple +6dB LS12 @20hz (or something like that) and high cut.
Top line is after eq.


I'm not going to get single digits with one speaker, but the calibration makes a good thing even better.

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Thanks to your info (which has been added to the guide), I sit on the sensor (in its case, now) and THEN boot up the pi. No issues since.
Awsome!

To further clarify: when running, you can "pause" the pi (ctrl C) and disconnect sensor in Qvibe app. Move sensor to new location, and then start up Pi and connect in Qvibe again.

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This my BOSS-back chair: one JBL speaker mounted to the back of my recliner.
Bottom line is background noise.
Signal is Viberry standard white noise.
Middle line was simple +6dB LS12 @20hz (or something like that) and high cut.
Top line is after eq.


I'm not going to get single digits with one speaker, but the calibration makes a good thing even better.

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Cool. Where was sensor placed? Seat or shoulder?

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My hope is that the recorder is an on/off black box for most, so, rather than ctrl-C, rebooting is the way to go.
You just have to wait a minute for it to get online again.
Not all of us have as many places to measure as you.
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Cool. Where was sensor placed? Seat or shoulder?
Seat, under butt. Case for the sensor made a big difference.

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Seat, under butt. Case for the sensor made a big difference.

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That took me a second, but cracked me up.
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I notice that colours get much duller when taking a screenshot of a graph. (Not the fault of Qvibe, notice the same on Winisd screenshots).

Is there a way to save a JPG of a graph already? Or maybe even thicker lines on the curves? D00d ?

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