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Changes Readme, and added Vang1 3D models #39

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AdmiraalHugo commented Apr 12, 2019

  • Made some changes to the readme, to make it more readable.

  • Added information about Vang1's 3D models to the readme

  • Added the 3D models of Vang1

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Vang1 | 3D models
Added the 3D models of Vang1, so people can choose between the models from Vang1, and TheYXXY.
Changed folder name
Changed the Folder name "3D models" to "TheYXXY 3D models"
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Added some changes for Vang1's 3D models.
Added info about Vang1's 3D models
Added more info about what you need to make the Vang1 3D models.

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<img align="right" width="100" height="100" src="https://github.com/relativty/Relativ/blob/master/img/sensei.png"> </p>
<p align="left"> <strong> Sensei: </strong> I'm the theoretician of the team. I teach them math and I help them to solve algorithm issues. </p>

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All the big pictures took a lot of space, and you needed to scroll down a lot. So I have made some small changes. Now it looks better.


# Open-Source it FTW

<p> Thanks to this project I’ve had the incredible fortune to meet amazing people, including the chief architect at Oculus, Atman Binstock. He gave me a precious piece of advice: "open source it". I deleted all the code I had, and started rewriting it all from scratch, better. And I convinced my two friends and our math teacher to open source the project </p>

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The image was quite big, so I made it a bit smaller.

Now what you need to do is 3D-print the hardware; if needed you can change any models with provided Source Files.
You will need to print the following :
**A detailed documentation can be found on our <a href="https://wiki.relativty.net/index.php/Main_Page">wiki<a/>!**

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Made it more clear for people where they can find a complete documentation.

⚠️ **PAY EXTRA ATTENTION TO THE SCREEN, IT'S VERY FRAGILE** ⚠️

Additional build information can be found in the build manuals in the 3D-Models folders.
⚠️ PAY EXTRA ATTENTION TO THE SCREEN, IT'S VERY FRAGILE ⚠️

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Becouse there are different kinds of 3D models, this information was kinda outdatet, so I have removed it.

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@maxime-coutte maxime-coutte merged commit bbff11f into master Apr 14, 2019

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