Category Archives: 2013

Fuzzy Folk

New: ‘Fuzzy Folk’ Felt Kits – Make your own Fuzzy Friend! Simply sew together 100% wool felt and stuff with Sussex wool provided. All you need is a needle & a few pins. No machine necessary.

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BlinkStick

BlinkStick is an open source smart USB-controlled LED pixel designed for hacking. Works on all popular operating systems, embedded devices, and Raspberry Pi.

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Native Hands – foraged from the urban jungle

Make useful, colourful containers, recycled from stuff you’d usually throw ‘away’ – tetrapaks, newespaper, telephone wire, drinks cans.

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Bacteria-Robot

This project uses several robots that move closer to  food in a way reminiscent of the game  Hunt the Thimble . The robots measure the  food level around them as they move and use a simple algorithm … Continue reading

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Thonk

Thonk is a Brighton based outfit that design DIY synthesiser kits. Come and play our suitcase synthesiser for yourself and learn just how easy it is to start building your own.

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Amateur radio

Worthing Radio Event Group are a small amateur radio club, set up to provide publicity for Amateur Radio through having fun using radio, making radios and aerials and involving younger people in the hobby

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Portable and interactive sound systems

Self made portable sound systems, and hands on demonstrations of the principals of sound reproduction.

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Fabrivan Make Lab

Fabrivan is a make lab providing a mix of software and machines, teaching, workshops and drop-in access in a safe clean family friendly environment.

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GloohBaah

Stamper rings and stencilling on to T-Shirts with U.V.Reactive Inks, as well as felted badges.

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Jelly and Marshmallows

A variety of projects by Jelly and Marshmallows: Kelvin’s thunderstorm: An electrostatic generator that uses falling water to generate very high voltages ~40,000 volts. With no moving parts or magnets the principle (invented by Lord Kelvin) is surprisingly simple. Balancing … Continue reading

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