Our last workshop of the term will be led by Jason Kridner, the designer of the BeagleBone.
The BeagleBone is a credit card sized linux computer with hardware interfacing and internet capabilities.
Jason will have a bunch of boards for us to have a hands on workshop with these amazing devices that have revolutionised the field of micro-computing (heck theres even a bunch of these working away in space!)
Plenty of free pizza will be provided by Texas Instruments too!
This Friday’s workshop is on 3D modeling, showing you how to take ideas for real world objects from your imagination, to software, to print.
Led by the 3D lab’s Mia Cinelli (http://www.miacinelli.com/), this workshop will be a quick introduction to the process of creating 3D models for printing.
Design Lab 1, Duderstadt Center
12pm, Friday 15th November
This week at Electronic Lunch we want to learn about what you can make.
With an open ended show and tell format, bring along a project you are currently working on, something that you have made in the past, documentation of a previous project, or teach a skill to the rest of the group.
Through this we can learn from each other, find collaborators, trouble-shoot problems, and bask in your sheer greatness.
No matter how big or small – bring it along! From your first blinking LED to storyboards for your next robot-opera, we want to see it.
Also any more questions or queries, tweet mackie at @macklinu
Learn about Processing, an open source, sketching tool for designing visuals and prototyping ideas.
The workshop will be led by Macklin Underdown, a recent Performing Arts Technology Graduate now working for Detroit Labs.
Tomorrow (Friday) at noon in Design Lab 1 in the Duderstadt.