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November 2, 2009 AT 1:11 pm

A view of Lombard street made with Blender3D and wireless bmx handlebars using Arduino and Adafruit parts

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Huh, neat find on Twittera view of Lombard street made with #Blender3D and wireless bmx handlebars using #Arduino and @adafruit parts”


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3 Comments

  1. This was made by the guide who taught the HTINK blender class a few weeks back!

  2. sort of… it was started by him but fixed and finished by Blendenzo of blenderartists.org. The bmx handlebar controller was made with the help of Jace van Auken and i concepted and built the project. tech parts supplied by Adafruit.

    Alpay Kasal

  3. blog post with full description of the project can be found at http://blog.litstudios.com/index.php?/archives/21-BMX-handlebars-as-a-wireless-controller.html

    enjoy! don’t hesitate to reach out with any technical questions.

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