Posts Tagged "AVR"

Reaction game buttons

Reaction Game – Technical Insights

Before this year’s Maker Faire in Trondheim we in NC wanted to make an interactive installation to our stand. With a short deadline, we didn’t have time to order everything we needed. So we searched through what we had laying…

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The final installation on stage

Making a Ping-pong Ball Visualizer System for Technoport – Pt. 2: The Building Phase

  Be sure to read part 1 where we talk about the design phase of this installation! Mechanical and Structural CNC-Milling As in this project, we had to utilize our new CNC-milling machine, and the upright plywood pieces on the…

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Screenshot of the CAD

Making a Ping-pong Ball Visualizer System for Technoport – Pt. 1: The Design Phase

This project is really something else. Technoport 2015 hosted a Live Crowdfunding event in Storsalen in Studentersamfundet, Trondheim March 18th 2015. For this event we were tasked to create a pysical installation which would be set up on the stage…

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Making the LED Installation at Visit Trondheim

NICE and Bjørke Arkitektur had this awesome idea on how to create a really mesmerizing entrance at Trondheim’s new tourist information, named Visit Trondheim. It should among other things include a moss coated interactive LED installation. As you may know, LEDs is…

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Creating A Clock with Pomodoro Timer and Visual Alarm

  The Pomodoro Technique is a widely known method for consciously controlling the amount of time spent on specific activities. In other words, a time management technique. It’s one method amongst a myriad of different methods, all claiming that they…

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Phone Controlled Garage Door

As you might know, Norwegian Creations has moved in at the new co-working space called DIGS in Trondheim this summer. To get into the backyard of DIGS we need to open an electrical controlled garage door, but we only have one remote:/…

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FScontroller Part 1

Last October I made a prototype for a custom hardware controller to FreeStyler 512(Stage lighting software). The goal was to make a controller I can use when I’m running a preprogrammed light show (not a programming console, maybe next version?).  For those who…

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NorwegianCreations PCB

A much needed update

Hi, fellow readers  I’m finally done with exams for the second year of my Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering =) Yes, it’s been a  LONG time since I have written anything here. It’s not been because I’ve been lazy, rather…

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Building a Tea Dipping Machine

Are Halvorsen and I decided to build a machine  to prove the ease of making tea compared to coffee. How complex the Coffe Machine problem is can be watched here: Coffe Machine at Omega Verksted

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LaserKey v.1.1

Last week I did an upgrade of the LaserKey. The temporary control box that I made in the last edition is now replaced with a more sturdy plastic box. Part 1: The upgrade Part 2: Using it On Saturday 28.04.12 I had a…

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NTNUs Rector Torbjørn Digernes

The Game Show System 2012

You can read more about the system and how it was developed here. Just as last year, Gunnar was controlling the light =)

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A piece form the first testing

Building a Simple Laser Engraver

Inspired by a post at Instructables, and by the need of a device capable of engraving at creations made out of wood, we decided to build a cheap laser engraver. Video Hardware It consists of parts from two old DVD-players, two…

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Bottom of the board finished etching, before drilling

LaserKey v.0.1

LaserKey is a custom controller designed to control a special laser software on a PC (Powered by Pangolin). Since I have done quite many laser shows now, the need for a custom controller has grown. So I decided to make…

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Creating a mini-Impressor

“An Impressor is something that impresses, mostly by flashing, making noise, smelling, or slamming. It has has strong roots in the Omega association and is required for Phaestum and other Omega festivities.” Each year, Omega Workshop holds a building course where a…

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Front, opened


As a school project in 2008 I made an electronic yatzy game. The drawing I made, with specifications: The black switch is the mode button, while the other red buttons are dice switches. The documentation I made (sorry, it is…

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