Member Since: January 13, 2011

Country: United States


Programming Languages

Java, Processing, , groovy, C, PHP

  • Product ROB-12528 | last week

    I have the same question

  • News - Fluke Responds to Tradema… | about 3 weeks ago

    It is so nice to hear about a company operating in a common sense and generous manner. Well Done!

  • News - Your March Caption Contes… | about a year ago

    So this is pair programming!

  • Product BOB-09656 | about 2 years ago

    I’m wondering if anyone has and knowledge of the light ramp and decay times. So when we apply a specific current, how long does it take for the light output to reach maximum? And then when the current is removed, how long for it to fall off?

  • Product BOB-09656 | about 2 years ago

    Not directly. You will need to use a switching power transistor that can handle at least one amp. The arduinos handle like 40ma per I/O pin (for the uno at least). I’m not an expert in this so please consult others. But using a mosfet transistor is the way to go. Then you use the arduino to turn the led on and off through the switching transistor. This may help.

  • News - Makerbot | about 2 years ago

    I bought one for my daughters and I for Christmas. Unfortunately, my wife thinks we need to wait till Christmas to start assembling it. So we will. I’m excited and my daughters will be when they find out.

  • Product BOB-10680 | about 2 years ago

    I’m thinbking about power consumption. So if I put say 10 of these together that gives me 10x80 LEDs possible. If I turn on all 80 LEDs are they really all on at the same time? How do I manage power consumption? Sorry I’m pretty new to all of this.

  • News - It's Time Again - Caption… | about 2 years ago

    Okay guys, can we stop this moldable plastic experiment now?

  • News - Maker Faire New York Is C… | about 3 years ago

    My daughter and I are so excited to be going. We love NYC but we love being a maker even more. See you all there.

  • News - An Unauthorized New Produ… | about 3 years ago

    The state of foosball is teally sad. I played in college (in the early 70’s) when foosball interest was peaking. A class mate and I we unbeatable at times. We played in every table we could find and on one was decent. Rene Pierre tables give the player fantastic control over trapping and shooting. Once the German tables showed up (they were cheaper), foosball because a “slap” game and not a game of real control. I long for a Rene Pierre table.

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