Dice Tower

February 5, 2011

I didn’t want to do another LoL Shield project today, mostly because my whole front page is nothing but LoL Shield posts. So I decided to do something I’ve been wanting to design for some time, a dice tower. I have thrown it up on Thingiverse. The image above is just a quick render in […]

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Ten Second LED Belt Buckle

February 4, 2011

The Diavolino from Evil Made Science is hands down my favorite Arduino clone. It’s the only one I sell at workshops, and it works extremely well with the LoL Shield. So much so, that it is my official recommendation as THE Arduino to use with the LoL Shield. Why do I love it so much? […]

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Updated LoL Shield Video

February 3, 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWpqH37Zb9M Since it’s been a while since I updated my LoL Shield stuff, here is a new video explaining it a bit. It’s mostly for the official LoL Shield page. Basically, my project for the day is doing stuff I should have done quite a while ago. Kind of lame for a project, but it’s […]

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Base 12 Clock

February 2, 2011

So I couldn’t let the whole clock thing be after my perceived failure yesterday. This time I went with a conceptual clock that I would write the display myself. What I came up with is a fairly good indicator of time at a glance, but takes a bit to get the exact time down. The […]

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February Project Month

February 1, 2011

Like many folks on the interwebs, I’m going to be doing a sort of project a day thing. It’s mostly to get me back into documenting my work, and posting new content to my website. It came around when one of my roommates, Keith Simmons, quit his job and started hacking full time as well. […]

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LoL Shield Projects

August 12, 2010

I’ve recently received a few awesome LoL Shield projects in my inbox, and I thought I should share. The first one was Pete’s awesome white block clock. He painted the inside of a plastic box white, so that the LEDs would have to shine through. It looks amazing, and you should check out the post. […]

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Next Hope Talk is up

August 6, 2010

I’ve updated my Next Hope circuit bending talk page with some additional info. Basically they’ve released the audio of the talks, and you can get those here. This is a direct link to a high quality MP3 of my talk. You may want to follow along with a PDF of my presentation, or the outline. […]

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Mid-west Hackerspace Tour

August 5, 2010

I was recently at Maker Faire Detroit, which was a blast. Mitch Altman and I, along with some great volunteers, taught around 1,500 people to solder during the event. It was really great, and I always love Maker Faires. People are always just so excited to be there, and love to make things. Since we […]

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Circuit Bending Talk and Workshop At Hope

July 10, 2010

Pre-register here. I will be giving a talk on circuit bending at the Next Hope conference this month. The talk will be Friday night at 9:00pm on Saturday. I will then be running a circuit bending workshop immediately afterwards. It will be from 10-ish PM till whenever in the hardware hacking village. To attend the […]

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AS220 Artist in Residence

June 3, 2010

I really should put this up on my blog I suppose, but I’m the current artist in residence at AS220 for the month of June. What all will I be doing? I’ll be working in the AS220 Labs some days, teaching classes on others, and generally working on my own projects. The point of this […]

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