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@luz very interesting. Thank you for the contribution.
I did the same thing. But with a different logic.
Run the "master" board
every minute she try, by wifi, to connect to an omega-... connect on ssh (with key accept by default yes) without sshpass.
After a successful connection ssh she inject a script that downloads the .bin from a repository on the LAN and starts the sysupgrade.
I tested it with 100pz in 2 houres, all automatic. I can create many masters... and do everything faster.
But my version is sh + python script
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Hello, I have yet to get an Onion Tau LiDAR and have been wondering the capabilities of this device. What I want to accomplish is finding the closest point in the frame. One of the simplest ways of doing so seem to be through the getUint16LittleEndian(array, index) method. Is it possible to get a picture of what the method returns? Also, how do you call this method?
If this does return just the LiDARs smallest number (Z), is there any way of getting the index ((X, Y) or a index number if it is just one long array) of that smallest point?