My buddy just moved into a new apartment and was forced to downsize his workspaces. As a result, he sold me his partially assembled Zenworks CNC for CHEAP. I immediately set out to get it up and running.
I’ve seen people make basic synths & sequencers with Arduino. I’d love to explore this more and see what sort of music a $30 brain makes—especially interested in creating an 8- or 16-step sequencer.
If it’s possible to reliably control a DSLR with an Arduino device, a whole world of photographic opportunities arise. In this project, I intend to explore the possibilities and limits associated with Arudino + DSLR control.
I have a few ideas for score displays, an they’re all over the place. As the project grows, I’ll keep track of my research & prototypes here.
This Arduino Mega is the heart and soul of this project, and I’m hoping that I can use its enormous 54 pin-count to interface all of systems.
This is a brilliantly simple electro-mechanical game, but there are nearly infinite ways the basic principles can be extended.
I’m building a DIY version of one of the greatest arcade games I’ve ever played. It’s equal parts old-school and awesome—made only of switches, motors, lights, wood & glass.
The whole project started on a bit of a whim, inspired by three things: A small warchest of credit from earlier encounters with Inventables Customer…
Long before Inventables sold an all-in-one controller/power supply for the X-Carve, I was busy making my own better version.