[Lab] hack u baubles

Henri Kuschkowitz henri.kuschkowitz at gmail.com
Tue Nov 5 11:44:12 EST 2013

Hey Megan.

That sounds pretty awesome. Hilarity guaranteed. Thanks for letting us know.


On Nov 5, 2013, at 11:42 AM, Megan Smith <cawsand at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Michael Grant and I have developed a new Arduino board for hacking Christmas ornaments and lights into customizable sequences. It's called 'hack ur baubles'.
> We will be running workshops in Ottawa in early December, or at the earliest on Nov. 30th. Time and location TBA.
> The board is light and sound sensor enabled, as well as outcomes can be set-up to be controlled with a TV remote. So, if you are interested in coming to join us to build a different Christmas experience, beam out morse message lights or become a human blinking and singing Christmas tree, please let us know.
> The board will be available for purchase in a DIY kit or stand alone on Michael’s Tindie page. 
> http://megansmith.ca/hack-ur-baubles/
> hack ur holidays!
> Dr. Megan Leigh Smith, BFA MA PhD
> @cawsand on twitter
> http://www.megansmith.ca
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> www.nuitblancheottawagatineau.ca
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