Dylan Moore

Member Since: January 13, 2011

Country: United States



MFA in digital art, and now a software engineer at Apple.


I’ve been a spark fun member since 2007, but with my old university email address. I’m a big fan of physical computing and teaching.

  • Product PRT-11360 | about 9 months ago

    Anyone figure out a good way to keep the pack running, short of keeping the button pressed down? When my lilypad restarts, my LEDs go off for a few seconds… aaaand the pack kicks off.

  • Product SEN-10530 | about 9 months ago

    If you change “receive” to “read” in each of the cases that you see an error, your code should compile again just fine.

  • Product SEN-10619 | about 9 months ago

    INT usually means an interrupt, in the case of a special feature on the chip. You can get the I2C to work without hooking up the INT pin.

  • Product PRT-11496 | about 9 months ago

    How did it turn out? Thinking of grabbing two of these for Burning Man. Obviously I’ll have lots of sunlight through the day, and can power my lilypads at night.

  • Product PRT-09241 | about 9 months ago

    …Amazing follow up. ( ;

  • Product SEN-11345 | last year

    Howdy kiddos, I’m looking into making something that can ballpark the amount of detected radiation. I’ve done a bit of reading, and at the very end (of course), I discovered this great Q&A. I wanted to share this, and then see if anyone else has had luck with calculating the efficiency factor and geometries for their detectors? http://hps.org/publicinformation/ate/q1509.html

    (This Q&A discusses converting CPM into DPS, and then to Curies. Cool!)

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