[Lab] Arduino Workshop Progress
olaf.baumann at pobox.com
Tue Mar 25 07:01:50 EDT 2014
I haven't looked into that yet but the recent 5am foody calls are starting
to motivate me to find an automated solution. I would need a per/cat
solution as one of them tends to overeat. I wonder if I could have a set
of three gates--each unlocked by their pet ID chips.
On 24 March 2014 07:14, Justin <justin at slootsky.org> wrote:
> Have you seen the devices that auto feed from a larger hopper?
> On March 24, 2014 6:55:46 AM Olaf Baumann <olaf.baumann at pobox.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the clarification on in the intended audience. I'll keep
>> watching the list for any workshops that are suited to my level.
>> Project ideas? Anything that helps us to serve our feline overlords
>> would be of use. Aside from that, I've been thinking of making a
>> persistence-of-vision scoreboard for my ultimate games.
>> On 21 March 2014 16:11, Justin Slootsky <justin at slootsky.org> wrote:
>>> Thank you everybody who is interested in this workshop. When Darcy and
>>> I were talking, we envisioned that this first course was going to be a
>>> truly beginner's workshop. If you've run blink on an Arduino, you might
>>> already be too advanced. If you've built any other project on an Arduino,
>>> you're definately too advanced.
>>> Your interest is exciting though, it tells us that our thoughts might be
>>> along the right lines. We already have ideas for future workshops that
>>> will build upon what this one teaches, and those *will* be suitable for
>>> someone who has run blink or their own simple project before.
>>> Olaf: Considering that you have already built projects, what types of
>>> things were you hoping to get out of a workshop? We can keep this in mind
>>> for our later, advanced sessions.
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> | From: "Darcy Whyte" <darcy at inventorArtist.com>
>>> | To: "lab" <lab at artengine.ca>
>>> | Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 8:25:47 AM
>>> | Subject: [Lab] Arduino Workshop Progress
>>> | So far I have two collaborators and two guinea pigs for testing.
>>> | I had hoped to run the trial run this week but it might be the
>>> upcoming week.
>>> | But the concept is considerable shaped up after a meeting with Justin
>>> | night: http://inventorartist.com/learn-arduino/
>>> | --
>>> | Darcy Whyte
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