The Steampunk Eye Ball is up and running. It features a copper lightning rod ball, pan and tilt servos, a decorative brass frame and base, along with a Pixy image processing camera inside. You simply sit it on a table, plug in a cell phone power pack and the device will track you as you … Read more
Here’s the link to my “Steampunk Presentation Manipulation Apparatus” session, yesterday at FETC.
Looking forward to demonstrating the “Steampunk Conference Presentation and Manipulation Apparatus” at FETC in January. It sports a Raspberry Pi 2, hacked Web cam for showing small parts and a Steampunk-inspired theme. Slides will be handled with LibreOffice Impress and parts viewing will be via guvcview.
I recently started a brand new column on TheNewStack.io about hardware hacking. The series walks through tips, techniques and projects for the physical computing hardware hacker. The first edition, “Off-The-Shelf-Hacker: The Physical Computing Stack”, introduced the reader to the exciting new world of off-the-shelf microcontrollers, sensors, actuators, Linux/Free software, NanoLinux systems and companion topics like … Read more
http://blog.atmel.com/2015/05/06/maker-creates-a-steampunk-name-badge-for-the-wearable-computing-era/ It would have been a hit at Maker Faire San Francisco.