Newcastle maker faire went off well, the new robot design is working well and drawing well. Thanks to Chris at fastness.co.uk for coming to the hackspace and doing a draw off! The major change I made after seeing how well his robot
laser cut wooden circuit boards for quick and easy circuit making
I’ve been working on reverse engineering the radio signals used by some home energy monitoring plugs. At the beginning, I thought it would be as easy as buying some 433MHz transceivers and reading the data off the air! After the transceivers arrived and
python based cam profile design for openscad
I just uploaded a new thing over at thingiverse to help you convert images to a gcode file that makes halftone images. Have fun!
As part of building tweettube, an internet doorbell for Bristol Hackspace, Sam and I decided to blog about some of the things we’ve learnt through the process. I did the case design with openscad, which is a great tool for
I recently worked with Hsiao-chi Tsai and Kimiya Yoshikawa to make their recent installation at The Public interactive. It was a good project, in part because we also included time for the artists to learn about making future projects interactive. Another