Entries Tagged ‘LED’

December 6, 2014 Class: Programming 101 with Arduino and LEDs

What Learn the basics of programming AND a bit about Arduino AND feel the dopamine rush of making atomic rainbow colored fire light! We’ll be using the same kind of lights that are in one panel of our giant wall of LEDs. That’s 64 LEDs. If you already have the LEDs and power supply from […]

November 1, 2014 Class: Programming 101 with Arduino and LEDs

What Learn the basics of programming AND a bit about Arduino AND feel the dopamine rush of making atomic rainbow colored fire light! We’ll be using the same kind of lights that are in one panel of our giant wall of LEDs4. That’s 64 LEDs. If you already have the LEDs and power supply from […]

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

LED Wall of awesome nearly funded!

by Dan Royer Several weeks ago our wonderful wall of LEDs returned to it’s Burning Man owners. It was 10×42 pixels and loved by all. To replace it I’m running my third VHS funding drive. (The first was an 3D printer filament group buy, the second was the group quadcopter buy with Jon G.) Every […]

Craft Night: Illuminares Lantern Festival Prep

Tomorrow night is the Illuminares Lantern Festival at Trout Lake in Vancouver. Need to work on your lantern? Need to START on your lantern? VHS has all the tools and expertise you need to make it happen. LEDs, EL wire, and crafting supplies to assist you.

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.