Posts Tagged ‘arduino’

DOTKLOK prototype programming

2 September 2010

Just a quick post to share a video of some of the first animations I’ve programmed for DOTKLOK, my upcoming open-source digital clock with multiple time animations. The final version will probably have a black/smoked case with a choice of red or green LEDs. Not sure if the buttons will be on the side or [...]

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23 August 2010

Thanks to the laser cutter at NYC Resistor, I have my first DOTKLOK beta w/ an “open concept” enclosure: Not sure that this is what the final clock will actually look like, but I now have a nice prototype to program on. Since this will be an open source kit, I’m looking for feedback about [...]

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DOTKLOK prototyping

11 August 2010

A few more pics from the prototyping stage of DOTKLOK (see my introductory blog post here). I’ve soldered my prototyping circuit together: Next up: a user interface (buttons!) and writing lots of time animations . . .

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Introducing DOTKLOK

30 July 2010

Today I made some initial progress on one of my summer projects here at NYC Resistor –  a rudimentary mock-up of the DOTKLOK hardware: DOTKLOK will be an open source clock kit with multiple time-telling animations, some literal like the simple display above, and others showing the passage of time through abstract patterns, following on [...]

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The LEDs are on the wall

22 July 2010

I’ve officially begun my residency at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in NYC: [ Eyebeam bio ] Working with Hernani Dias on the Re:Farm project (see my previous post for some more info about the Re:Farm project), my first objective is to create the PCB for the Re:Farm On The Wall module, a data visualization [...]

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One Button Objects, March 2010

8 July 2010

Back in February, I saw this call for single button, interactive objects to be displayed at an exhibition called “one button objects,” in San Francisco, as part of the Gamma4 one button game event during the 2010 Game Developers Conference. This presented a perfect opportunity to experiment with interactivity and sensor input for my Electric [...]

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Chinatown Remixed 2010

18 May 2010

Intro Chinatown Remixed runs from May 8 to June 8, 2010, in Ottawa’s Chinatown district. This is the second year for the annual “art walking tour,” where local businesses, restaurants, and shops open their doors to collaborate with artists, providing art “exhibtions in unusual places.” Last year, Deb and I made a “Chinatown Remixed” sign [...]

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Electric Window 4

Electric Window 4.xx

22 February 2010

In addition to the advancements made to the Electric Window 3.xx series back in December, I also started a new light box series, Electric Window 4.xx: This series revolves around a matrix of 16 LEDs with individually controlled brightness and fading, making it an organic/analog sibling to the 3.xx series which uses LED screens with [...]

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