Entries Tagged ‘arduino’

The Conductive Ink Challange

Recently Newark Canada organised a competition where contestants needed to create a project using Conductive Ink. Our very own Robert Butterworth had a crack at it and this is what he came up with. You can check out the full blog post and videos at www.TechArtBlog.com

Arduino Open Night – July 10th @ 7PM

  On Thursday 10th we’re having a Arduino Open night at VHS, 7pm ish.  Bring your Arduino(s) down and talk to fellow hackers about the projects you’re making with them.  Struggling with a sketch, bring it down and lets see what we can do for you.  Don’t have an Arduino?  No problem, Lees Electronics or […]

SMD October – Build your own minimal Arduino Leonardo Compatible, October 24th

This workshop uses a readily available prototype board to construct a bare bones Arduino Leonardo compatible microcontroller using off the shelf components. The soldering will be more complex than the September workshop. The microcontroller has 32 pins but the pin spacing is the same as the 555 timer used in the I (heart) SMT board. […]

Introduction to Arduino

Back by popular demand! Who: YOU!  If you can climb two flights of stairs, you’re welcome.  For the rest of you, we’ll find a way to accomodate. What: We bring everything.  You bring a cup!  Learn about Arduino, circuits, and programming through hands-on learning at your own speed.  Maximum 20 people, so please RSVP to […]

What’s going on in the Space, February 2012?

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AvTGgrPJEo] A special thanks to Karl for teaching me many things last night, John for helping test my steppers, and everyone for just being so damn awesome.