[Etoys] world stethoscope on B1 machine

Kazuhiro ABE abee at squeakland.jp
Sat Jan 6 06:36:45 EST 2007

Hello, Ohshima-san,

Thank you for your testing.
If the noise frequency is fixed, you can cut off that by high-pass or
low-pass filter. Try [pass under] or [pass over] tile in sound category.
If not, you may change the recording level more higher. But I don't know
how you can do that (Suger UI?).

And I think I can reduce the cost of each step. Please wait future

Best regards,
Kazuhiro Abe

On Fri, 05 Jan 2007 21:30:59 -0800
Yoshiki Ohshima <yoshiki at squeakland.org> wrote:
>  I tested World Stethoscope on the B1 machine.  It works pretty good,
>given that the hardware is still in beta.  It seems that the noise
>level is somewhat high so tht actual input sometimes doesn't pick up
>the actual input, but that happens only when, for example, the input
>to the light sensor is too weak, etc.  The viewer's readouts don't
>update themselves that often (we set #stepTime smaller), but if you
>use the readout from WS in a script and tick it, it does follow the
>input with relatively low latency.
>  Just FYI.
>-- Yoshiki

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