SSD members turned out in force the the mini maker fair held at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and the crowd was fantastic. Jim’s Drawbot was a huge draw — one girl adored it and was thrilled when he gave her the drawing it had just made! Terry’s soccer scoring system got the […]
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Sarah shows off her shiniest tattoo, made with temporary tattoo paper, copper foil, and circuit stickers. She’s also experimenting with conductive ink instead of the foil.
A few of our members created an interactive digital installation called “Gone Fishing”, now on display at the CU Museum of Natural History in Boulder. As you enter the museum you will be greeted by a school of virtual fish swimming on the floor. Step onto their virtual pond and the fish will swim away […]
Light painting is a technique where you take photographs in near-darkness with a long exposure time. Only things that light falls on (and/or the lights themselves) will show up. Some side effects of the long exposure are that moving lights tend to show up with a neon-like effect, while moving non-light objects may appear ghost-like […]