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- Where next for Brighton Digital Festival? (+ Town hall meetup in Jan: http://t.co/zbSvpHjhtq http://t.co/SQTlW7GfRl 10:56:38 AM December 05, 2013
- Our friends @sugru have launched a new kit. Sugru + magnets. And all in a hackable altoids tin. Rather nifty. http://t.co/8GsaF6MND3 02:40:50 PM December 03, 2013
- First 2 videos up from our talks: Jon Mills (https://t.co/nuHEJOYULo and Anne Hollowday (https://t.co/e68SrBwzBP @saritafrit @anneholiday 09:04:46 AM October 15, 2013
- Maker goodies ready to go out to our survey winners. Thanks @OReillyUK and to everyone who filled out the survey http://t.co/RbhaGkTf79 11:14:58 AM September 28, 2013
- RT @matlock: Making things with the excellent kit from @MakerFaireBTN. Awesome fun! http://t.co/aBPQkYDkXR 01:35:10 PM September 21, 2013
- Another blog write-up from a happy #bmmf2013 visitor. http://t.co/siIdQX5Wdc Did you blog bout your visit? If so, let us know! 10:30:45 AM September 18, 2013
- RT @create: Did you get your pic taken by our Photo Booth at @MakerFaireBTN on Saturday? Come tag yourself! #Brighton #BMMF2013 http://t.co… 01:05:24 PM September 10, 2013
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We are a friendly group of 50+ geeks who have founded a hackspace around the Surrey/Hampshire border. Regular hack sessions occur each Thursday of the month. Check the website for more information and join the Google Group (link on the … Continue reading
BlinkStick is an open source smart USB-controlled LED pixel designed for hacking. Works on all popular operating systems, embedded devices, and Raspberry Pi.
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
Arachnid Labs makes and sells electronics kits, as well as putting together interesting things just for the fun of it. We’ll be showing off our latest toy, the Minimatrix, along with a fully functional desktop sand plotter!
Beshazzar is a display technology using a screen of luminous paint and a bar of ultraviolet leds or a UV laser.