Tag Archives: electronics
Mike is a tinkerer in many areas, but primarily interested in interesting properties and uses of fluids and in lighting projects as well as a penchant for getting involved with large scale Scouting activities such as building a giant castle … Continue reading
Faulty Dog is the digital media art collective of Maff Littlemore and Richard Davis. After meeting on the MA DMA course in Brighton, the artists continue to hack and rebuild familiar found objects, giving them a new lease of life … Continue reading
Bristol Hackspace will bring a selection of its members projects to show off. These may include a BBC B connected to a Raspberry Pi that you can use to send messages to Twitter and some musical bike wheel devices.
The Nomadic Sound System is a family of wireless, battery powered, portable speakers designed to explore new ways for sound to interact with people and space. The project borrows from the typology of the marching band with the pieces intended … Continue reading
Mike Challis Ed Perkins with Model and Special Effects Programme, University of Hertfordshire Conductable is a multiplayer musical interface that uses ultrasonic sensors as well as knobs and buttons to allow players to control their part of the instrument. It … Continue reading
I am the author of a new book called Brilliant LED Projects, which contains 20 electronic constructional projects utilizing LEDs. I am intending to have a hands-on stand which will show visitors how to make a couple of simple electronic … Continue reading