It’s been another crazy maker weekend – this time a creative Creator Fair at the Space Centre in Leicester was hosting a creative weekend with makers from around the country. I was showing some of the message bags I’ve been working on over the last many (many many) months and enjoyed talking with people about what I’m doing, why I do it and how they could get started making things too. Continue reading A Creative Creator Fair
I’ve included a list of my top 5 fabulous forums to go when you do need a little help, and keep in mind, if you see a project where you too have done a similar thing – please offer your help right back! Continue reading HELP! Five Fabulous Forums
Hey I’m really excited to say that I’ll be bringing some of my stuff over to the Creator Fair at the National Space Centre in Leicester which is happening on September 19 & 20th 2015.
It’s an event to showcase some of the creative and interesting projects that are being made all over the UK, from makers, creatives, crafters etc and there will be workshops on the day and other things for you to experience. Continue reading EVENT: Creator Fair, National Space Centre
There are only a few steps involved in running a sketch on an Arduino board, and this post will take you through it step-by-step, making it quick and easy!
You’ll need an Arduino board, a USB cable and Arduino software on your computer to follow along. Oh – and about 5 minutes of time.
Hello, I’ve been making things with Arduino for a little while now (mostly a mess and a few small fires!) but I love it so much that I want to help others who are thinking of giving it a try. I’d like to launch a short course on getting started with Arduino in under an hour, so you can see how quick and easy it is to create exciting little projects. Continue reading … I need your opinion!
I’ve been looking at breaking out the ATMEGA328P-PU chip (that is used in many Arduino boards) to be able to reduce the footprint and power consumption of the boards. This post will show you how to make your own arduino.
Hey just a little post, I came across this helpful link to the booklet for Wearable Technology Show that was made to support the show we put on at Excel in April-May 2015.
If you are interested in seeing information about all of the fabulous contributors as well as a little information about the programme and Queen Mary University then please download a copy!
There is also the contact information for the contributors and the uni in case you are interested in further information from anyone involved. Thanks Antonella for posting!