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This page is the central documentation site for Octolively, coming the week of August 15 from [http://evilmadscience.com/ Evil Mad Science].   
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This page is the central documentation site for Octolively from [http://evilmadscientist.com/ Evil Mad Scientist].   
  
'''Please note:''' this page is not yet complete; we are in the process of adding documentation links.
 
  
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== Octolively Modules (ready to use) ==
  
Main details about the Octolively:
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'''Main details'''
* [http://www.evilmadscientist.com/go/octolively Announcement article] at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories: ''To be posted on or by the week of August 15''
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* [http://www.evilmadscientist.com/2012/octomods/ Announcement article] at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories
* Kit page at [http://evilmadscience.com/ Evil Mad Science]: ''To be posted on or by the week of August 15''
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* Buy [http://shop.evilmadscientist.com/productsmenu/tinykitlist/556 Octolively Modules] at Evil Mad Scientist
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* Download [http://shop.emscdn.com/catalog/emskits/octolively/mt_a/octolively_mt_ds.pdf Datasheet] — PDF, 0.6 MB.
  
  
Assembly and usage instructions:
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'''User guide:'''
* PDF Version: ''Coming soon''
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* Ready to use Octolively Modules come fully assembled and tested. Just add power.
* Page-by-page HTML version: ''Coming soon''
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:: [http://shop.emscdn.com/KitInstrux/octolively/octolively_user_c.pdf Octolively User Guide]— PDF, 6 MB. (Trouble Viewing? [[Downloading_PDFs|Please click here.]])
   
 
  
Open Source Hardware :
 
* Octolively is an open source hardware+software project.  Hardware design files and source code will be released upon its official release. 
 
* Standard source code: ''To be posted on or by the week of August 15''
 
* "Hello Octolively" demo code: ''To be posted, late August''
 
* The circuit board design is in [[GEDA_Resources|gEDA]].  Design files (.zip archive): ''To be posted on or by the week of August 15''
 
  
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== Octolively Soldering Kits ==
  
Places for questions, answers, and sharing experiences:  
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'''Main details'''
* [http://www.evilmadscientist.com/forum/index.php Forum] at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories
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* [http://www.evilmadscientist.com/go/octolively Announcement article] at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories
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* Buy [http://shop.evilmadscientist.com/productsmenu/tinykitlist/411 Octolively Soldering Kits] at Evil Mad Scientist
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* Download [http://shop.emscdn.com/catalog/emskits/octolively/octolively_datasheet.pdf Datasheet]  — PDF, 0.7 MB.
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'''Assembly and usage instructions:'''
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* Octolively soldering kit modules are easy through-hole soldering kits.  Our heavily-illustrated assembly guide walks you through the process.
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:: (A) [http://shop.emscdn.com/KitInstrux/octolively/Octolively_instrux_1_0_a.pdf Octolively Assembly and Usage]  — PDF version, 13 MB.  (Trouble Viewing? [[Downloading_PDFs|Please click here.]])
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:: (B) [http://shop.emscdn.com/KitInstrux/octolively/html/index.html Octolively Assembly and Usage]  — Page by page "HTML" Version
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:: [http://shop.emscdn.com/KitInstrux/octolively/octolively_user_c.pdf Octolively User Guide] (Only the usage guide part) — PDF, 6 MB.  (Trouble Viewing? [[Downloading_PDFs|Please click here.]])
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== Open Source Hardware documentation ==
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Octolively is an open source hardware+software project.  The hardware designs are licensed under the [http://www.tapr.org/ohl.html TAPR OHL].
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Octolively hardware design (Ready to use modules):
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* The circuit board design is in [[GEDA_Resources|gEDA]].  Design files (.zip archive) [http://bcdn.evilmadscientist.com/source/octolively/octolively_ref_B_MTA.zip available here]
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* Octolively schematic (ready-to-use version): [http://bcdn.evilmadscientist.com/source/octolively/mt_a/octomt_a.pdf octomt_a.pdf]
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* [[Ready_to_Use_Octolively_Bill_of_Materials|Bill of Materials]]  (ready-to-use version)
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Octolively hardware design (soldering kit version):
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* The circuit board design is in [[GEDA_Resources|gEDA]].  Design files (.zip archive) [http://bcdn.evilmadscientist.com/source/octolively/octolively_ref_B_MTA.zip available here]
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* Octolively schematic (soldering kit version): [http://bcdn.evilmadscientist.com/source/octolively/rev_B/octolively_ref.pdf octolively_ref.pdf]
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* [[Octolively_Bill_of_Materials|Octolively Bill of Materials]]  (soldering kit version)
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Source code repository: [https://github.com/evil-mad/Octolively Hosted at Github]
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== Additional Resources ==
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'''Conversion to Interactive Game of Life kits:'''
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* Octolively kits and modules can be modified into [[Life|Interactive Game of Life Kits]], please [[Octolively-IGoL_Conversion|see here]] for details.
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'''Places for questions, answers, and sharing experiences:'''
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* [https://www.evilmadscientist.com/ Forums] at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories
 
* [http://www.flickr.com/groups/evilmadscience/ Evil Mad Science Auxiliary Flickr Group] where you can share photos of your Octolively setups
 
* [http://www.flickr.com/groups/evilmadscience/ Evil Mad Science Auxiliary Flickr Group] where you can share photos of your Octolively setups

Latest revision as of 19:25, 9 November 2018

This page is the central documentation site for Octolively from Evil Mad Scientist.


Octolively Modules (ready to use)[edit]

Main details


User guide:

  • Ready to use Octolively Modules come fully assembled and tested. Just add power.
Octolively User Guide— PDF, 6 MB. (Trouble Viewing? Please click here.)


Octolively Soldering Kits[edit]

Main details


Assembly and usage instructions:

  • Octolively soldering kit modules are easy through-hole soldering kits. Our heavily-illustrated assembly guide walks you through the process.
(A) Octolively Assembly and Usage — PDF version, 13 MB. (Trouble Viewing? Please click here.)
(B) Octolively Assembly and Usage — Page by page "HTML" Version
Octolively User Guide (Only the usage guide part) — PDF, 6 MB. (Trouble Viewing? Please click here.)

Open Source Hardware documentation[edit]

Octolively is an open source hardware+software project. The hardware designs are licensed under the TAPR OHL.


Octolively hardware design (Ready to use modules):


Octolively hardware design (soldering kit version):


Source code repository: Hosted at Github

Additional Resources[edit]

Conversion to Interactive Game of Life kits:


Places for questions, answers, and sharing experiences: