Posts Tagged ‘arduino’

Electric Window 3.03

24 January 2010

With the inspiration of using acrylic as an artistic/structural medium mixed with the notion of baring it all in terms of circuit board exposure, as outlined in this previous post, I set about to realize the next entry in the Electric Window 3.xx series with a new perspective: [ Build details and more photos after [...]

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Electric Window 3.01

18 January 2010

December ’09 was a busy month!   I made a lot of progress on my “Electric Window” light series, both developing it as a platform and getting a handful out there into peoples’ collections. A big move was finalizing the framework for the 3.xx series, by reducing the “Electric Window (iii)” design from two screens to [...]

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Electric Window 4

Electric Window 4

29 November 2009

- Andrew O’Malley, 2009, 5″ x 7″ x 2″ – LEDs, custom electronics + software, acrylic, wooden enclosure – ongoing edition, individually numbered – available to purchase here The Electric Window 4 series shares the same form factor as the Electric Window 3 and original Electric Window fixtures, but features a diffused array of 16 [...]

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Window office

8 November 2009

This is the third piece in my “electric window” series, which began in December of 2007 when I stuffed a small pre-made frame with EL wire and a decorative acrylic panel as an entry to Gallery 101‘s annual fundraiser / art auction, 101 Frames. The year after, I made another EL wire based piece, and [...]

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Embedded solutions

5 October 2009

Here’s a fantastic survey of embedded computing platforms, covering everything from Arduino to plug-and-play modular systems: http://www.partly-cloudy.com/misc Makes for a really handy reference!

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My 2nd Arudino project

1 June 2009

After encouraging results with my first Arudino project, Deb and I teamed up with Arduino again for our entry in Cube Gallery‘s Nocturne show, a group exhibition dedicated to the beauty of the night sky. As the only electronic artists in the show, we built a triptych of animated light boxes representing the stars of [...]

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My 1st Arduino project

2 May 2009

I decided my participation in Ottawa Chinatown’s first Chinatown Remixed exhibition made for a great opportunity to try my hand at this whole Arduino thing. Given the front window of a local business in which to showcase a project, I envisioned an illuminated sign interacting with the pedestrian traffic out on the sidewalk.

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