[Lab] Assembly of a Neo Geo Watch project

Justin Slootsky justin at slootsky.org
Thu Oct 24 10:30:55 EDT 2013

I might be able to help you.  I'm new to soldering (previously I appeared incapable of it, but JC gave me some pointers [use thin solder was the biggest] and I got some tools to assist) and things have been progressing well.

I'm playing with the same adafruit modules (GPS, flora, I have a couple neo rings on order) but I plan to do different things with them than you.  (and isn't that the joy anyways?)  Last night I was in the lab fiddling with wiring to use a flora module to control neo pixels for pumpkin lighting.  When I got home I soldered it together and the demo program worked successfully.

One of my biggest concerns would be delivery timeline promises.

----- Original Message -----
| From: "Bucko" <bucko at buckoart.com>
| To: "lab" <lab at artengine.ca>
| Sent: Monday, October 21, 2013 5:25:49 PM
| Subject: [Lab] Assembly of a Neo Geo Watch project
| Hi!
| I recently ordered the necessary hardware from Adafruit to make a
| FLORA powered Neo Geo Watch:
| http://learn.adafruit.com/flora-geo-watch
| Would anyone have the skill and interest to assemble this project? I
| am unable to solder / physically
| put it together.
| I am interested in customizing the watch by possibly creating a face
| to protect the electronics from the
| elements and maybe act as a diffuser for the LEDs. Not sure whether to
| use 3D for this or some other
| technique.
| May also customize it in other ways like adding an accelerometer to
| turn it on and off with specific motions.
| If you're interested, please drop me a line so we can talk project
| ideas and time / commission.
| Bucko (Chris)
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