DMP Photo Booth: Beta 1
Today has been another milestone for DMP Photo Booth. Today, DMP Photo Booth is feature complete. It’s amazing when after months of work, things can come together all at once. It’s been quite a week for me; in the space of one week, I completed the UI, implemented the photo strip logic, implemented the configuration, and put all the pieces together to make a unified whole.
It almost looks like a professional application too, if I do say so myself. And it all works too. All the buttons do what they say. The indicators at the bottom function. The console queue displays messages as they appear. The photo strip history displays images as they appear. If you wanted to (assuming you have modules of your own ready), you could download it right now and be ready to go. All you need to do is delete a few debugging statements, build it, and you’re off to the races!
So, what’s next you ask? I plan to implement the modules next. First up is the trigger module. As it stands, a test strip is created when you click start, but with a trigger module ready to go, there would be no need for that. Starting tomorrow I plan to begin building my trigger and implementing the firmware. Expect to see more posts on Learning to Arduino over the next few months as I solder my way to greatness!