BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Donating

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:23:52 GMT

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Donating
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperturef/1.4
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 23:13:59
Exposure Bias-1 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature20 C

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:23:39 GMT

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.017 sec (1/60)
Aperturef/2.0
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 22:41:42
Exposure Bias-1 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature22 C

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Sessions 2 and 3

Posted by barnoid Sun, 31 Oct 2010 16:39:53 GMT

This is a timelapse video of the Light Brigade workshop run by the BuildBrighton hackerspace as part of the White Night festivities. The workshop involved soldering together a badge consisting of an RGB LED, a microcontroller, battery, IR LED and IR receiver. The badges have a unique ID which is represented as a colour on the LED. They constantly transmit their ID using IR, other badges can receive the transmissions and collect colours which they cycle through on the RGB LED. They also have a zombie game mode where a badge can become "infected" and flashes red. It will then infect all other badges that receive its transmissions. It was far more popular than we anticipated, some people waiting over an hour for a place and many being turned away. A lot of work went into it, particularly from Mike and Matt and I think it was very successful, people seemed to enjoy it. I saw several people who’d never soldered before pick it up and walk away proud of the flashy badge they’d just made. This video covers 21:50 until 00:30 and includes sessions two and three. It was made from 1736 shots taken with a Canon Powershot S2 running CHDK, then made into a video with ffmpeg.

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:23:18 GMT

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.04 sec (1/25)
Aperturef/1.4
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 21:32:11
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature20 C

LED display and clock

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:23:03 GMT

LED display and clock
My latest project. I’ll write this up properly at some point. The plan is that it usually displays the time and scrolls messages when instructed to over the serial port, and possibly more.
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.017 sec (1/60)
Aperturef/2.0
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 19:54:32
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature18 C

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Badges

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:22:46 GMT

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Badges
These are the results of the Light Brigade workshop run by the BuildBrighton hackerspace as part of the White Night festivities. The workshop involved soldering together these badges consisting of an RGB LED, a microcontroller, battery, IR LED and IR receiver. The badges have a unique ID which is represented as a colour on the LED. They constantly transmit their ID using IR, other badges can receive the transmissions and collect colours which they cycle through on the RGB LED. They also have a zombie game mode where a badge can become "infected" and flashes red. It will then infect all other badges that receive its transmissions. More details here: www.buildbrighton.com/wiki/Light_Brigade_IR_Badge_and_Wor…
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.017 sec (1/60)
Aperturef/2.0
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 19:53:15
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature18 C

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Outside

Posted by barnoid Sun, 14 Nov 2010 20:22:36 GMT

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Outside
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure0.033 sec (1/30)
Aperturef/1.4
Exposure ProgramProgram AE
ISO Speed800
Date and Time (Original)2010:10:30 19:40:36
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire
Focal Length30 mm
QualityFine
Metering ModeCenter-weighted average
Lens TypeCanon EF 14mm f/2.8L or Sigma Lens
Camera Temperature17 C

BuildBrighton White Night Workshop - Setup and Session 1

Posted by barnoid Sun, 31 Oct 2010 16:28:49 GMT

This is a timelapse video of the Light Brigade workshop run by the BuildBrighton hackerspace as part of the White Night festivities. The workshop involved soldering together a badge consisting of an RGB LED, a microcontroller, battery, IR LED and IR receiver. The badges have a unique ID which is represented as a colour on the LED. They constantly transmit their ID using IR, other badges can receive the transmissions and collect colours which they cycle through on the RGB LED. They also have a zombie game mode where a badge can become "infected" and flashes red. It will then infect all other badges that receive its transmissions. It was far more popular than we anticipated, some people waiting over an hour for a place and many being turned away. A lot of work went into it, particularly from Mike and Matt and I think it was very successful, people seemed to enjoy it. I saw several people who’d never soldered before pick it up and walk away proud of the flashy badge they’d just made. This video covers 19:05 until 21:20 and includes some of the setup (you can watch Toby and Mike working on the code and us eating our dinner) and the first session. It was made from 1776 shots taken with a Canon Powershot S2 running CHDK, then made into a video with ffmpeg.