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Category Archives: Projects
Members know we have a new toy just coming up to speed. It’s rather big and it’s rather red so meet “Big Red”. A Jinan Transon 80w laser engraver. While we’re still working out the last details before it becomes available … Continue reading
Members of All Hands Active have been busy working on projects! Here is a sample of what has been made recently. All Hands Active is in the process of re-organizing the space and re-decorating. Much progress has been made! If … Continue reading
What do we do down here at AHA? Here’s a run down of what happened today: Dana has extreme focus in the video game League of Legends Keane Wolter put together another SpikerBox for Backyard Brains. These kits allow you … Continue reading
Here’s a couple shots of Michael Senkow’s project for Responsive Surfaces at the U of M. Looks really tight so far.
With a smidgen of python and a spare Rockband controller that someone brought down, we quickly reverse-engineered the joystick outputs into a neat little sampler!
Above you can see a very broad breakdown of what all we did to make our Barbie Jeep wonderful for racing at the Detroit Maker Faire Power Wheels Racing Series. As you can see, we ran with a lot of … Continue reading
You all knew that hackerspaces are wont to harbor the strange and crazed among us. But did you know that these self-same strange and crazed are also wont to think that taking tiny toy cars, meant for toddlers at just … Continue reading
All Hands Active opens early every Sunday at 10:00am to help people work, play, and learn more about the Arduino Microcontroller (and others). Don’t know what an Arduino is? Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use … Continue reading
We’re a featured project on IndieGoGo, a community funding site similar to Kickstarter, and we have 32 days to double the amount currently pledged by generous donors. Here’s how the requested $550 total breaks down: $150- Chain mail and jewelry … Continue reading