A time lapse video from Technoport Access Water!
Are Halvorsen and I decided to build a machine to prove the ease of making tea compared to coffee.
The control box for LaserKey needed an upgrade…
This is a post about the upgrade, and how the system worked when I created a laser show on AutoLasers concert last weekend (including a video) =)
LaserKey is a custom controller designed to control a special laser software on a PC.
“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.”
An electronic yatzy game created as a school project
All the work payed of with an incredibly game show night at the Student Society in Trondheim.
Here you will find some pictures of the finished system and a video from the show.
In this post I present the process of making the Wood Block Clock.
The first steps towards a 2-degrees of freedom inverted propelled pendulum is to make a simple one-degree.
In the course “TTK5155 – Industrial and Embedded Computer Systems” spring 2010, Thomas Tøkje and I built a couple of extra nodes to the Ping Pong game project. This is one of the extras who’s mission was to add sound and music to the game. In a kind of different way.
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