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Perhaps the rarest passport stamp ever?

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I was just flicking through my passport the other day and saw this. It was a truly amazing expedition and experience!IMG_5532.JPG

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I’m really pleased the Dangerous Prototypes guys liked my vide enough to post it on their site, these guys were really awesome and totally respect them and the knowledge the passed on that week.

Sneak Peak at LEACS V2

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Sneak Peak at LEACS V2

LEACS is a Laboratory Environmental Aquarium Control System designed to replicate temperature, sunrise and moonlight of a specific location.

This version uses the new Gertduino and Solid State relays to handle the continual clicking on and off of the heating/cooling for greater accuracy.

Introduction to Arduino Workshop

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Introduction to Arduino Workshop

On Saturday 9th November I am holding an intro to Arduino workshop, there are a few spaces left!

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St Pancras Update

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St Pancras Update

This never gets boring… now to print it in time for the exhibition… nothing like leaving things to the last minute 70 pieces in a month is pushing it!

Robots

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Reading Hackspace is hosting a Robot Workshop on the 3rd of November (http://rlabrobotics.eventbrite.co.uk/), so rather than go empty handed I’ve been building my own.

About this time last year I done a huge amount of work on stereo vision and hope to plug that back into this guy.

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Reading Raspberry Jam

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I done a short talk about Raspberry Pi’s in the ocean at Reading Hackspace Raspberry Jam hopefully inspiring the masses to think creatively how they can use these amazing little devices!

It was also a nice opportunity to spread the word to some other Reading Hackspace members about some of the projects we have been working on which they were not aware of – oh and of course another chance to show off the ROV.. which officially has nothing to do with Raspberry Pi’s but is just cool!

Here’s the presentation and a few pics.