Certainly one of the dumber things I've made.
A few months ago, I found the album Heartland by Owen Pallett on my phone. It was strange that I had no memory of ever purchasing this album, but it was stranger still that I unwittingly carried around what ten years ago would have been a physical CD's worth of music in my pocket for several years as I traveled all over the world. It followed me to China, it followed me to Mt. Rushmore, it was in my pocket on every rainy day and every bus ride, yet I didn't even know it. It's always interesting to look at this little supercomputer in my pocket when a subway or airplane ride disconnects me from the outside world and see how much information I really carry with me at all times. What once took an entire library to store can now fit into a pocket-sized player.
What if I wanted to fit an actual library? Continue reading
I know I haven't updated in a long time, but I've been super busy with some other projects. Expect some new posts soon. In the meantime, I found some old footage that I took of me laying out the sound-reactive EL panel driver that's been sitting on my hard drive for the past six months, so I decided to upload it.
Christmas time is always such a
miserable, stressful lovely time at ch00ftech headquarters as I frantically scramble to finish all of the gifts that I've started for friends and family. Unfortunately, in my haste, I haven't been able to write up everything I did in detail, but I hope this post serves as a good summary of some of the stuff I did and what I learned.
I think LEDs are rapidly becoming the "put a bird on it" of my blog...
So this looks kind of pretty I guess, but it took a lot to get here.
This week, I learned that when it comes to power electronics, there's no such thing as a "quick easy circuit".