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people:priestdo:wearables:timeline_of_rigs [2013/05/23 10:31] (current)
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 +====== Timeline of Herbert ======
  
 +{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​standing.jpg?​80|herb one in 1997}} {{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​h3-on.jpg?​210|herb three in 1999}}
 +{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​charmerino-on.jpg?​185|charmerino in 2000}}
 +{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​herb-on-front-view.jpg?​100|herb seven in 2008}}
 +{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​greg-glass.jpg?​142|gerbert in 2013}}((Photo by Max Braun))
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 +Most of my [[top|wearables]] pages are about the changes and modifications I have made over the years.  I noticed that it gives the impression I am constantly changing things. On this page you can see just how long particular rigs were or have been in use.((While from 1976 on I used and made a variety of body worn electronic devices, they were not computers until 1986 and so are not listed here))
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 +|Built|Worn((Many of these devices ran for quite a while after (or before) they where used as wearables, time listed is only time they were being used while worn.))|key| Name/web link & base board or box  |Distro  | Weight((Weight rounded up to nearest pound. First figure is the computer by itself, second includes any external batteries and I/0 devices (chorders, headphones, mic, HMD, hardwear speech, gps, sensors) )) |
 +|1986| 2+y |L/R| NEC Multispeed as a reading machine | Dos | 13/15 |
 +|1988| 6y |C/R| Radio Shack Mod 100 as reading Machine | [[http://​www.club100.org/​library/​doc/​tsdos.html|TS-DOS]]| 3/6 |
 +|1994| 4y |C/S| [[/​~priestdo/​herbert1.html| Herbert (I)]] Gateway Handbook 486 DX2/50 |Slackware  | 3/5 |  
 +|1998| 1y |E/​R|[[/​~priestdo/​wearable.html| Herbert II  pent. 166 CardPC on pc104]] and [[/​~priestdo/​wearable.html| Herbert III repackage of Herbert II]] |Debian  | 4/6 |
 +|1999| 6y |E/​R|[[/​~priestdo/​charmit/​|charmit]] and [[/​~priestdo/​charmerino/​| Herbert IV aka charmerino]]  Jumptec Mops LCD6  pc104  |Nanix((Nanix was InfoCharm'​s/​Charmed Technology'​s Linux for wearables)) and Debian  | 2/5 |
 +|2005| 0  |E/N| Herbert V   geode then Xscale  pc104  |Debian  | 2/ |
 +|2005| 1y((In 2006 I had major spinal surgery and did not wear again until Jan. 2007)) |E/Q| Herbert VI  Transmeta Crusoe dedicated small board  |Debian  | 2/4 |
 +|2007| 5y+((Still going!)) |U/R| [[top|Herbert VII Sony UX]]  ​ |lubuntu  | 2/4 |
 +|2008| 3mon((Since the Sony came back from the shop I only occasionally wear the eeepc))  |C/R| [[herbeee|Herbert VIII Asus eeepc]] |eeeXubuntu  | 2/5 |
 +|2012| 3mon | C/Q/R | Gerbert - heavily hacked chromebook (atom)| lxde on modified ubuntu 10.10 | 1/2 |
 +|2012| 5mon | P/R | Herbette - Galaxy Nexus | lxde on minimal ubuntu 12.04 on Android |  |
 +|2012| Current | A | Project Glass | Ubuntu on Glass | undisclosed |
 +^   Key      |||||
 +|A| Active ^ |Q| Runs but board is a bit quirky |
 +|C| Commercial SubNote ^ |R| Retired (still runs) |
 +|E| Embedded ^ |S| Several Systems Failed |
 +|L| Commercial Laptop ^ |U| UMPC  | 
 +|N| Returned Board ^ |P| Phone  |
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 +  --- //​[[priestdo@cs.vassar.edu|Greg Priest-Dorman]] 2013/​03/​12 ​ 13:22EDT//