There tend to be 2 ways I work on projects where there’s a ton of learning involved: Total immersion & obsessive tinkering Think it partway through, then walk away and focus my conscious mind on anything else, while my subconscious takes over and gets ideas With the Rube Goldbot project, I’ve been using both of those strategies. Hodor, the brawn, was mostly the first strategy. Constant tinkering with electronic components and the Arduino etc., and I have him more or less working (or at least have proven that I’m on the right track with getting him working). Uatu (the eyes) and Grace (the brain) areRead More →