Chase showing off armor
If you came, you would have been able to try the Glass for yourself.
Here are some pictures of the Intro to Arduino and eTextiles and wearable electronics workshops that we conducted over the weekend at TrepHub. A huge thank you to everyone that attended and helped. Intro to Arduino [srizonfbalbum id=5] Intro to eTextiles and wearable electronics [srizonfbalbum id=6]
Here’s a photo of the Protosnap Lilypad Development boards hot out of the wave solderer oven at Jaycon Systems, They have made these boards that contain the Lilypad Arduino developed by Leah Buechley, momentary push button, RGB LED, 5 White LEDs, vibration motors, sound buzzer and a temperature sensor. You literally snap apart the pieces you …
On Wednesday July 31 we’ll have a special guest for ShowNTell. Jen was selected for the Google #GlassExplorers program, and has graciously agreed to demonstrate her new set for Melbourne Makerspace!
Over 25 attendees for the Scratch workshop – room was packed! James brought an interface with sliders and sensors you can use with Scratch – the PicoBoard. And attendee Ki proved to be an expert helper, generously offering his time and expertise.
Busy at this week’s ShowNTell! A new record of 16 attendees; with a variety of demos. A miniature steam engine (breath-powered). We unpacked an assembled PrintrBot Jr and, well, lowered the bed. That’s as far as we got. The EggBot was set up and worked well. It precisely drew a nutritional information table directly onto …