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*4th of July parade float
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** Suggestions:
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*** Air cannons: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/00000076
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*** Build some kinda of twinkie launching device.
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*** Build a ride-able beetlebot. <del>Jenett has 2 large DC motors that would easily move a person.</del> Dosman found an electric wheelchair that will serve as the motors and chassis! A charger has been acquired and it works. Joe suggests we steer by grabbing the antennas.
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*** Build an IR LED wall that can only be view with cameras
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*** Build a strandbeest: http://www.strandbeest.com/
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*** Marching band of hacked instruments
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*** Float of some kind
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*** Nathan's truck with the Bloominglabs banners down the side
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Participate in the discussion and contribute your ideas at the [[4th Of July Project]] page.
  
 
*[[GeoCaching Boxes]]
 
*[[GeoCaching Boxes]]

Revision as of 12:44, 6 July 2011

click to see huge version
  • 4th of July parade float
    • Suggestions:
      • Air cannons: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/00000076
      • Build some kinda of twinkie launching device.
      • Build a ride-able beetlebot. Jenett has 2 large DC motors that would easily move a person. Dosman found an electric wheelchair that will serve as the motors and chassis! A charger has been acquired and it works. Joe suggests we steer by grabbing the antennas.
      • Build an IR LED wall that can only be view with cameras
      • Build a strandbeest: http://www.strandbeest.com/
      • Marching band of hacked instruments
      • Float of some kind
      • Nathan's truck with the Bloominglabs banners down the side

Participate in the discussion and contribute your ideas at the 4th Of July Project page.

  • February 16 from 6pm to 11:00pm
    • Contact Microphone Building Workshop with the DeKalb Hackerspace CMKT4
    • CMKT4 will show you how to solder up a piezo-electric pickup and house it sturdily in a recycled bottle-cap housing.
    • CMKT4's band will be performing after the workshop
    • The workshop is $15 but interested onlookers are welcome for free
    • The event will be held at 1021 South Walnut Street behind Russian Recording
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