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John Baichtal

John Baichtal

My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal

Latest from John Baichtal

Billy Quesse wrote in with this glorious display of Christmas lights, using WS2801 RGB LEDs from Adafruit, an Arduino, and a Flash interface on the computer to handle the animation and music. Bet his coworkers LOVE it! Read more »

Via Dangerous Prototypes: Here’s a video of our presentation about manufacturing open hardware at Make Tokyo Meeting. You can download the slides here. Read more »

Are you a hackerspace member with an event you’d like to publicize? Send it to [email protected] or tweet me at @johnbaichtal and I’ll post it. Also feel free to subscribe to my hackerspaces Twitter list. Hackerspace Happenings runs weekly(ish) Tuesday(i)s(h). Houston’s TX/RX Labs is Expanding In less than nine months,... Read more »

What’s cooler than itty bitty alphanumeric LED displays? Freaking huge ultrabright alphanumeric LED displays, that’s what! And so today we’re releasing a new kit, the Alpha Clock Five, an open-source, hacker-friendly alarm clock kit, based around an block of five ultrabright red 2.3″ character height alphanumeric displays. Read more »

Richard James came up with the idea of controlling a 48 piece string section and a 24 strong choir by remote control, using midi controllers, lots of headphones and some remote visual cues, after being commissioned to write some pieces for the European culture congress in Poland. There was only... Read more »

I don’t know what to say about MorpHex (which Sean blogged about in August) except WOW! [Via Hack a Day] Read more »

Love Hultén‘s R-Kaid-6 packs the Maximus Arcade MAME frontend, and cooly, you can stack the controllers on top of the console when you’re not playing. [Via Geeky Gadgets] Read more »


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