Category Archives: pixelflut

Hackaday Podcast 079: Wobble Sphere, Pixelflut, Skeeter Traps, and Tracing Apps

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams gaze upon the most eye-popping projects from the past week. Who would have known that springy doorstops could be so artistic? Speaking of art, what happens if you give everyone on the network the chance to collectively paint using pixels? There as better …read more

Continue reading

Posted in artic, contact tracing, coronavirus, Covid-19, exercise bike, flywheel, github, Hackaday Columns, mosquitoes, multimeter, pixelflut, podcast, Podcasts, potentiostat, rat trap | Leave a comment

Playing the Pixelflut

Every hacker gathering needs as many pixels as its hackers can get their hands on. Get a group together and you’ll be blinded by the amount of light on display. (We propose “a blinkenlights” as the taxonomic name for such a group.) At a large gathering, what better way to …read more

Continue reading

Posted in art, blinkenlights, competition, display, hacker camp, Hackerspaces, led, led hacks, pixelflut, sha, sha2017 | Leave a comment