Author: Wendy | Published: 29th maart 2012 | RSS | LINK

(CC BY-NC 2.0) Some rights reserved, image by _kzr @ iMAL, Saturday 28.04.12 & Sunday 29.04.12 30 Quai des Charbonnages Koolmijnenkaai 30 – 1080 Bruxelles Brussel 1080 With an Arduino you can collect a lot of sensor data, from smelling gasses to measuring temperature or light and lots more. But how do you save these […]

Author: Wendy | Published: 16th december 2011 | RSS | LINK

When? Friday 13/01/2012 – 11:00 > 19:00 Saturday 14/01/2012 – 11:00 > 19:00 Where? Timelab, Brusselsepoortstraat 97 – 9000 Gent This Ellentriek is about textile, electronics and wireless interaction. We will focus on soft sensors made with textile and on how you can communicate the results of these sensors to an Arduino and/or computer. This […]

Author: Wendy | Published: 07th april 2011 | RSS | LINK

When you open up an electronic device, you are confronted with quite a lot of colours on the components (especially when the device has a certain age – smd components unfortunately are less colourful). “The electronic color code was developed in the early 1920s by the Radio Manufacturers Association (now part of Electronic Industries Alliance […]

Author: Wendy | Published: 08th februari 2011 | RSS | LINK

I want to visualize some date from real world sensors to my computer – they are self-made variable resistors.  For this I need to flash software on the Arduino chip, have the right libraries and use particular sketches in Processing. Before you get to the Processing software part, you need to install Arduino. The instructions […]

Author: David | Published: 19th februari 2009 | RSS | LINK

– cassette player, walkman, dictaphone (motors, paddles (?) & heads) – certain pieces of washing machines (pump, wash drum) – transformers, adaptors & all kinds of power supplies – electronic bells – alarms – old phones (they’re easier to work with) – electronic parts of cars (12 V) : f.e. the motor to control the […]

Author: Lotte | Published: 07th april 2008 | RSS | LINK

voorbeelden van fijn materiaal om mee te nemen = natuurlijk afhankelijk van je eigen project!!! – cassetterecorder/walkman/dictafoon (motoren, raders, koppen) – bepaalde stukken van wasmachines (de pomp, de trommel, …) – allerlei transfo’s/ adapters en voedingen – elektronische bellen – alarm – oude telefoons (zijn makkelijker om mee te werken) – fax-printers-scanners-kopieermachines: hoe ouder ze […]

Author: Jonas | Published: 10th januari 2008 | RSS | LINK

an installation by Sam Ashley (part of The Oracle Project) sunday january 13, 2008 – wednesday january 16, 2008 okno, brussels — residency and installation will premier a new work by Sam Ashley called Life is Short and Getting Shorter All the Time, an installation built from simple electro-mechanical oscillators. The installation looks, and […]

Author: Jonas | Published: 17th oktober 2007 | RSS | LINK