tdr112 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 09:43:45 GMT 2013
I did not get a chance to make it into the coding night. I am sure you
found some friendly faces.
Namit and I also had stuff at EP (
http://www.tog.ie/2013/08/bubble-bird-house-at-the-picnic/) and we got
talking to the guy wearing the cowboy version of your suit. It's quite
impressive. I would love to chat to you about it the next time you are in.
On 7 November 2013 17:02, gerryk <gerryk at gmail.com> wrote:
> That's awesome!
> On 7 November 2013 16:48, Dave Clarke <dave.p.clarke at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Just joined this mailing list this week, and planning on coming along to
>> the coder night tonight. I thought I'd introduce myself before coming along.
>> I have a degree in physics and currently doing a PhD in computer science,
>> and also lecturing and teaching programming in UCD.
>> I got an Arduino for christmas almost 2 years ago, and it sat idle for 6
>> months. Then got the idea of making 2 LED light suits for Electric Picnic
>> (mark I). I hadn't done any soldering at all before this. It was such a
>> success I made 6 more (mark II) for going as performers to festivals this
>> There is a few photos here:
>> It's fully interactive (rotary encoders & pressure sensors), and powered
>> by Arduino compatable controller (Teensy3). If you are interested, I'll
>> bring it along tonight and give a demo. Can also show you the code that
>> runs it all if you like.
>> I program in C, C++ (and arduino), Python, Ruby, and happy to help out.
>> See you then,
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