If you follow the Hack-A-Day stream, you’ve probably seen the STM32F0Discovery board come up on occasion. I have two of these boards and I like them — they have what I need for basic stuff, but I wanted some more horse-power (and USB Host.) Quickly, to [...]
Circuit-Bending Hackerspace Rock Band, CMKT 4, is doing a workshop Wednesday, May 9th, 7-9:PM building contact microphones in conjunction with Quelab. These microphones are powerful enough to do whatever you want, and accessible enough for all skill levels. Plus, they’re made out of bottle caps, which is just awesome. It’s a DIY electronics project [...]
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Early last year, I got involved in the planning stages of Quelab because I liked the idea of having a coworking space in Albuquerque. While I’m still mostly involved with the coworking side of Quelab, hanging around people putting together great projects for the last few [...]
An old player piano transport is salvaged, and work is put into makeing it read rolls again! only with a 21st century bent. When this is done it will be more than a roll scanner, it will be a player, and much more.
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