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The Bear Committee (see
http://greta.electric.gen.nz/~nikster/bearcom.html if you're not
familiar) has decided to run a fun competition to name their newest
bear cub minion/crony/ally that signed up over here. Answers please to either
establishment of course) with Nikster, Little Albert Kenby-Bear, new
cub and their hēkeretari is on offer to the winner. If the names are
In order to help you select the best name, fourteen photos (taken with
Tiny Albert Kenby-Bear, one of its brothers) is attached; [the] new cub is the white-furred bear with the blue scarf. Deadline for
entries is when the bear's named. Which could be in the next five
minutes, so you'd better hurry.
Nikster's hēkeretari (for Nikster, who's actually on holiday somewhere
NB: no shaggy fur from [the] new cub was lost in the shooting
of the pictures. Just so you know; new cub wanted that mentioned.
Jonathan Ah Kit - Lower Hutt - New Zealand - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ettie Rout: 'the basis of marriage is obviously mating[...]'.
And again: 'A marriage may be legal [...] and diseased.'
I was visiting Metalab after attending 29c3 and they let me use their lazzzor.
I was inspired to create a map using the Dymaxion projection from xkcd:977. Once the pieces came out of the laser cutter it was clear that they'd look great as an isocohedral globe. Here it's just taped together, but I hope to bevel the edges and install hinges on some edges and magnets on others. The idea being that it can be flattened out into (near enough to) the Dymaxion Fuller projection and then pulled up into the globe.
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Thanks to gem for the beautiful svg: metalab.at/wiki/Datei:VorDemLazzzorn.svg
available at: www.hackerspaceshop.com/ledstripes.html ;)
10 years of MagicShifter development (: from top to bottom :)
1) First hand soldered 8 led, analog accelerometer, PIC uc
2) 16 (single color) LED first "Shifter" design done by Prof "Happy" Hoertlehner RIP (I was super happy that he would continue on my idea:)
3) first "MagicShifter" design (16 RGB and lots of wires)
4) first integrated shifter (2006 at metalab, note the serial port!!!11)
5) first minimized integrated Arduino based MagicShifter V1 (using an FTDI cable, no charging...)
6) MagicShifter PRO (V2.4) with black printed PLA case
7) MagicShifter PRO (V2.4) assembled PCB
I finished the final (hopefully ;) PCB design! Now I have more time for writing the firmware: bitbucket.org/wizard23/magicshifteros
I'll won't do any eagle design the next weeks ;)
one of the two new boards we soldered tonight. I plan to assemble the LEDs tomorrow. So far it looks very good :)
Melinda Young, Grain Earrings, Marine Ply, 925 Silver, Pencil, Acrylic Paint
We spied into the "Metalab", a computerclub close to the town hall. Some guy was sleeping on the couch, so we left as quietly as we got in. ;)
Lisa made this cute fix for her laptop. I think it looks even better than before :)
Pippilotta had this cool idea of melting a printed star onto hot stones and other things. So I printed a simple design for that at Metalab and we tested it ... the idea needs some refinements (hot stones are hot...who would have thought that?) but it seems to work :)
These are the new DC/DC boost converter boards based on the TPS61200 chip from Texas Instruments: www.ti.com/product/tps61200
It can convert any voltage from 0.5-5.5V to any other voltage up to 5.5V and can also be used as a constant current source for LEDs witch you dim by PWM with an optional enable input. So to test all those options I soldered 5 different versions, from left to right:
* 200mA constant current source for high power LED
* 500mA constant current source for even higher power LED
* 4.65V voltage source
* 5V voltage source (TPS61202)
* 3.3V voltage source (TPS61201)
Board size is 19x14mm and they can be used on a breadboard :) They seem to output the correct voltages but I have not tested the current sources yet. If they work as expected you will soon see them at the hackerspaceshop.com ;)
From Pennie Jagiello's solo exhibition 'Coral Wreath' at metalab. September 3 - 24 2009