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Angela and I have a long-standing tradition of utilizing the necessary “Hello, World” of each project we make as a medium to express our feelings to one another. (You’ve probably noticed this if you read this blog often, or ifContinue Reading

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I spent this last Sunday with Phillip Stearns, learning how to circuit bend 1990s-era digital cameras for the sake of making glitch art. This is my camera in it’s current state: There’s a battery pack for mobile use, but forContinue Reading

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On Thursday, I went to Matt’s Learn PCB Layouts with Eagle class at Crashspace. For our first boards, Matt gave us a schematic for a Bare-Minimum ATmega328 circuit, and we copied it into Eagle’s schematic view (the white side onContinue Reading

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Last night, the Echo Country Output and the International Adventure Club hosted Los Angeles’ first BLANKET FORT BUILDING COMPETITION! Crashspace was one of three teams to compete, alongside The L.A. Fort and Echo Country Outpost. Team Crashspace (under the blanketContinue Reading

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My first video game! This twist on Space Invaders is written in Processing, and takes input from a Leap Motion. You move the protagonist (Michelle) around the screen by moving your hand through the air, and shoot bullets at aContinue Reading

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So I had this great idea the other day. I’ve told this idea to a few of my friends, each who gave me the “this idea you have, it is not great” look. You know the look. Anyway, I stillContinue Reading

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x-posted on Crashspace.org Here, a Leap Motion is sending data to a Processing script, which is sending that data over serial to an Arduino script, which is sending it to my Arduino Uno to control an individually-addressable RGB LED strip.Continue Reading

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I commute roughly 10 miles round-trip through Los Angeles each day for work. This is awesome (fun! exercise! no traffic!) and terrible (cars! nobody watches where they’re going! my body is made of soft meats and cars are made ofContinue Reading

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“Launchers” are icons that can be clicked to launch programs. On MacOS and Windows, you probably think nothing of them. They just appear. In certain Linux distros, this isn’t the case. If you recently downloaded a new program to runContinue Reading

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In light of another person in a position of power making another naive remark that discourages specific groups of people from daring to try something new, I’d like to take a moment to share some advice with everyone, based onContinue Reading