EVPrevia – my electric vehicle conversion

February 16th, 2019 by celeron55

I’ve been posting some videos on Youtube about EVPrevia, my electric vehicle conversion. Here’s the latest one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mIEB4e2LHc

Here’s my “the making of EVPrevia” photo gallery: http://packages.8dromeda.net/evprevia/gallery

Haven’t really written a lot about this, but I did get it road legal in less than a year from when I begun ordering parts. Kept me rather busy!

It’s a 1992 Toyota Previa converted to full electric with the Nissan Leaf gen2 EM57 motor and Model S batteries as the main drivetrain components.

I published some results of my Nissan Leaf inverter reverse engineering as c55-leaf-inverter-protocol.

PRESS RELEASE: Minetest 0.5 has begun development!

September 13th, 2017 by celeron55

PRESS RELEASE 2017-09-13

Minetest 0.5 has begun development!
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The open source modding and community focused multiplayer block sandbox engine Minetest (https://minetest.net) has merged the first big changes in its 0.5-dev branch on GitHub (https://github.com/minetest/minetest).

Breaking changes include a move from the C++03 language standard to full C++11, continued testing and expansion of client-side modding APIs and clean up of accumulated compatibility code for faster future development.

Minetest 0.0.1 was originally released in October 2010, making this the 7th year of development. Minetest takes cross-platform compatibility seriously and hadn’t yet moved to C++11 due to missing official support from Debian GNU/Linux. Following release of Debian 8, Minetest moves to C++11, with all features of the language standard taken into use.

The tagline of Minetest at this point is “Wait, is it an engine or a game?”, and we have no answer. Reaching the founder Perttu “celeron55″ Ahola for an answer results in weird horn and fart noises.

Minetest consists of a native core written in C++, on top of which content is written in Lua and published as independent releases. Minetest can be played and developed for fun, and welcomes contributors to all of its components.

The Minetest community can be found on the official Minetest discussion board at forum.minetest.net (https://forum.minetest.net/), and a changelog of the continuing 0.5 changes can be found on the Minetest developer wiki (http://dev.minetest.net/Changelog#0.4.16_.E2.86.92_0.5.x_.2830_Aug.29).


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Also on minds.com: https://www.minds.com/blog/view/754774999667056642

Robosota Assembly 2017 best of (playlist)

August 8th, 2017 by celeron55

Inside a Turnigy Reaktor 300W 20A AC/DC charger

November 9th, 2016 by celeron55

Inside a Turnigy Reaktor 300W 20A AC/DC charger

Marketing Minetest

September 18th, 2016 by celeron55

My previous video was about Minetest also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeTjR5-IabY