ASK AN ENGINEER 8/6/2011 (video)

ASK AN ENGINEER 8/6/2011 (video)


hey can’t hang out with the robots anymore
6:50 Miaximus: The demon of live demons
6:50 Jac_Goudsmit: junk ftw
6:50 fightcube: as long as they work
6:50 zool: haha nice
6:50 socket11: I love the duck tape!
6:50 hjohnson_1: Ahh, if he’s not doing CNC routing, not as much torque needed.
6:50 scott-42: From Clay
6:51 hammerhead74k: Suggestion: switch to leadscrews. 1/4-20 allthread and steel T-nuts from the hardware store work.
6:51 scott-42: The 3V only parts are just sampling now (p/n: LS013B4DN04), but the 3V/5V combo parts are available to purchase (Mouser has ’em– p/n: LS013B4DN02)
6:51 LapsusAntepedis: Testing
6:52 usunoro: hi lapsus
6:52 LapsusAntepedis: Hi πŸ˜€
6:52 Jac_Goudsmit: lol improvised show and tell
6:52 scott-42: Ask Chris to show the big bot and have it talk. πŸ™‚
6:52 rsbohn: hey that’s cool
6:53 jkCBWPnet: anyone here familiar with wiz200web?
6:53 RobotGrrl: show walter!
6:53 scott-42: yes Walter, WE WWANT WALTER
6:53 RobotGrrl: WALTER
6:54 Nashblackcat:
6:54 Nashblackcat: $20 bucks ?!?!
6:54 Nashblackcat: πŸ™‚
6:54 socket11: cool
6:55 hammerhead74k: I’ve got one around here… somewhere…
6:55 mjusticz: Protip: for a better chance at the contest, refresh the stream a minute or two before it begins, so you get a stream without lag
6:55 forsetifox: Awww.
6:56 socket11: Beer run!!!
6:56 zool: lol
6:56 scott-42: @socket11 I like where you head it at. Good call.
6:56 fightcube: Protip… lol
6:56 bigbodynobrain: so what did people think of my cnc?
6:56 jkCBWPnet: @hammerhead was that to me? lol
6:56 mjusticz: bigbody: pretty swell
6:56 addidis: this is what im making
6:56 usunoro: bigbody, its pretty cool
6:56 socket11: Cool cnc!
6:56 rsbohn: <3 cnc 6:56 mjusticz: bigbody: what are you using as your motor controller again? 6:56 lookwhatjoeysmaking: i cold do show in tell almost every day 6:56 georgegraves: recording............................... 6:57 lookwhatjoeysmaking: i make a lot of things 6:57 hammerhead74k: OK - I'm slightly confused as to who on the chat is who in the video... 6:57 mjusticz: no rule against showing multiple things at one show and tell! 6:57 LapsusAntepedis: Just a thought, would anyone else be interested in a similar sort of hangout thing, but maybe twice a week, and longer, to be recorded and put on youtube, etc 6:57 fightcube: show and tell is awexome. I love seeing new things I've never ever seen before... like those sharp LCDs with the mirror finish 6:57 RobotGrrl: LapsusAntepedis: yeah! 6:57 mjusticz: yeah, but you'd need moderators I think! 6:57 georgegraves-1: If you go to ladyada's google plus page it will show who was in the ahngout. 6:57 ransomhall-1: yah! another time we could get into more detail 6:57 bigbodynobrain: @mjusticz uh pololu steppercontrols driven by an arduino 2009 (burn't up 5 atmegas on it) 6:58 LapsusAntepedis: not as awesome because we'd likely not have ladyada or adabot, but it could still be done 6:58 ADAbot: that lcd was the coolest thing ever 6:58 ransomhall-1: suuure we've got cool projects 6:58 addidis: yeah i am getting one ! 6:58 mjusticz: @adabot: seriously! 6:58 Hooloovoo: yeah it was 6:58 mjusticz: buying one soon for sure 6:58 Jac_Goudsmit: I was just thinking, I think the guy with the mirror display said it could do 20fps, I bet a laser and a display like that would make for some awesome project 6:58 hammerhead74k: Comment about leadscrews was directed at the CNC shown... comment about me having one around here was directed at the logic probe (I've got one... somewhere... but...) 6:58 mjusticz: (if possible) 6:58 ransomhall-1: $15 for the one he showed? 6:58 addidis: nice idea jack 6:58 addidis: wow 6:58 Hooloovoo: the multi color lcds you just started offering are pretty cool too 6:58 mjusticz: the stream isn't live yet, is it? 6:59 addidis: nah 6:59 ransomhall-1: nope 6:59 Hooloovoo: (and I JUST bught a red-on-black one 6:59 RHINO92-1: hello world 6:59 LapsusAntepedis: out of curiosity, has the stream not started, or is ustream just being obstinate 6:59 ADAbot: 1 min 6:59 mjusticz: there it goes! 6:59 Jac_Goudsmit: there we go 6:59 LapsusAntepedis: oh, there is it 6:59 LapsusAntepedis: πŸ˜€ 6:59 ransomhall-1: i got the VFD display this week for outdoor 6:59 mark8675: something is happening 6:59 ADAbot: george let us know when we're good 6:59 Hooloovoo: and here we go... 6:59 Zadster: Yay management cat 6:59 georgegraves: Good audio - good video . Already recording............................................ 6:59 hammerhead74k: I haz a buisness cat! 6:59 mjusticz: ransomhall: isn't is so sick?! 6:59 Jac_Goudsmit: We got signal. Main screen view on. 6:59 richms: no, adabot should really put new pictures in the slideshow when there is no stream, they have many more cool things since that lot πŸ˜‰ 6:59 socket11: Local commerical cool! 6:59 scott-42: stream looks good 6:59 lookwhatjoeysmaking: the cat 6:59 mark8675: Time to learn more stuff woot woot 6:59 LapsusAntepedis: I want to see show and tell pictures in the slideshow :p 6:59 granitepenguin: such a dapper cat 7:00 scott-42: we can hear you 7:00 AlbertStraub: Sales cat 7:00 Joebanks: Time to not win the contest....again. 7:00 ransomhall-1: so sick? vfd? yah! 7:00 fightcube: hooray 7:00 mjusticz: I really do love the VFD. Took me a second to figure out the pinout but I got it working in no tim 7:00 mjusticz: *no time 7:00 socket11: Hello All! 7:00 ktownsend: Great show and tell 7:00 clothbot: yay, OHS! 7:00 mjusticz: as far as pinouts on it go, strobe = select 7:00 mjusticz: remember that 7:00 Miaximus: The VFD's are awesome 7:00 hammerhead74k: If you missed the S&T... you GOTTA check out the recording later... 7:00 ransomhall-1: yes! regular lcd too dim outdoors 7:01 mjusticz: S&T with the A&E aftershow! 7:01 rsbohn: yeah show-n-tell was awesome 7:01 ransomhall-1: STAE 7:01 Nashblackcat: Wow this show is packed! 7:01 Hooloovoo: I want one of those new lcds 7:01 Len17: Is this gonna be a 2-hour AaE?? 7:01 LapsusAntepedis: I love that you guys got the double-sided long headers πŸ˜€ 7:01 Jac_Goudsmit: So much stuff, it's pixellating my stream πŸ™‚ 7:01 Hooloovoo: mosfet! 7:01 paperkettle: CAT! 7:02 Miaximus: πŸ™‚ 7:02 fightcube: lol Len 7:02 socket11: Mosfrt! rules 7:02 mjusticz: that's not mosfet lol 7:02 mjusticz: that's business cat 7:02 LapsusAntepedis: now I can use various wire harnesses with my breadboard 7:02 mjusticz: they look similar though 7:02 Miaximus: lol 7:02 Hooloovoo: heh 7:02 addidis: day before mybirth day the internets were born lol 7:02 Jac_Goudsmit: That World Wide Web things is never gonna catch on 7:02 hammerhead74k: Er... no. No the Internet. The WEB!!! 7:02 physics_dude: 20 years? it's that young? wow... 7:02 fightcube: wow, net and I born at same time 7:02 Zadster: correct hammerhead! 7:02 mjusticz: addidis: happy almost birthday! 7:02 addidis: ty ty 7:02 Len17: WWW is 20 years old, Internet is a lot older. 7:02 mark8675: These innertubes go everywhere 7:02 LapsusAntepedis: Link please? 7:02 Zadster: the Internet is much much older 7:02 addidis: i got ten on the www 7:03 RHINO92-1: mouser is awesome 7:03 lookwhatjoeysmaking: can i use the code fore the data loging shield for arduino 7:03 hammerhead74k: Trivia Q: what was the first web browser written on? 7:03 mjusticz: nextep 7:03 georgegraves: last week's show an tell: 7:03 Zadster: a Cube 7:03 physics_dude: 7:03 mjusticz: right? 7:03 socket11: Cool hangout! 7:03 hammerhead74k: Right! 7:03 lookwhatjoeysmaking: whin will the data loging shield for arduino 7:03 mjusticz: thanks gizmodo! 7:04 georgegraves: Open Hardware Summit 2011 – Call for Submissions #openhardware #oshw: 7:04 lookwhatjoeysmaking: be back in stock 7:04 RHINO92-1: Mosaic 7:04 Zadster: If CERN never produces anything else, all the billions investment was worth it just for the WWW 7:04 clothbot: Earlybird tickets are/were available too; got mine! 7:04 mjusticz: Haha I just went to a taping of family feud tonight 7:04 socket11: Who sponsers the bar? 7:04 mjusticz: pretty swell 7:04 georgegraves: 7:04 JMartinez9: . 7:04 RobotGrrl: scott-42: haha afterwards chris said he was going to add in a switch so walter only listens when its pressed so it's not talking all the time XD 7:05 clothbot: 7:05 JMartinez9: that's in NY 7:05 Jac_Goudsmit: George: You should shorten that adafruit url for the sake of those who are watching the recording and have to type it into their browsers Maz60525: what was the code 7:13 clothbot: fightcube: it's supposed to be, yes. 7:13 jkCBWPnet: reprap? 7:13 lominsky-1: WEB 7:13 fightcube: thanks clothbot 7:13 georgegraves: 7:13 RobotGrrl: howdy clothbot ^^ 7:13 mryan923: Loved the article 7:13 Jac_Goudsmit: I don't like flickr because they only allow you to upload a limited number of pictures per day 7:13 clothbot: hey RobotGrrl! Heading to OHS this year? 7:13 hammerhead74k: I doubt it'll ever be DWG - last I checked, they don't support using DWG as an interchange format, they want you to use DXF instead (DWG being their closed binary format). 7:14 socket11: US! 7:14 addidis: i still use photo bucket lol 7:14 Cadmandu: The refresh and fullscreen buttons don't exist for me tonight. 7:14 fightcube: $100? where? 7:14 fightcube: CorelDraw is the sheeeezy 7:14 RHINO92-1: F5 Cadmandu 7:14 mryan923: I LOVE openness 7:14 RHINO92-1: F5 refresh 7:14 JMartinez9: it's like why doesn't every website just use html5 only? 7:15 mryan923: it was great ad 7:15 JMartinez9: or why not use c for everything 7:15 RHINO92-1: Ponoko 7:15 mjusticz: For my laser I use adobe illustrator to design in mac os x, boot into bootcamp and print with coreldraw. Personally I can't stand coreldraw, but I haven't gotten used to it uet 7:15 mjusticz: *yet 7:15 AlbertStraub: Inkscape for making gears. 7:15 mryan923: its on make 7:15 RobotGrrl: clothbot: is there an artengine group heading down to ny for ohs and the maker faire? 7:15 Jac_Goudsmit: My cousin works at, they also let you send in 3D designs that they can make for you 7:15 addidis: Darpa is funding hackerspaces now ! 7:15 hammerhead74k: PCB cad is a different target than laser cutting/water jet stuff... but yeah, I see what you mean... 7:15 yardleydobon: GE is technically a financial services company since that is a majority of their business. Isn't that sad. 7:15 ransomhall-1: gpt my ponoko order coming monday, cant wait! 7:15 socket11: Darpa loves hackers! 7:15 AngrySpinach: What did I miss? 7:15 mjusticz: ramson: what'd you order? 7:16 mryan923: Would any one like to start a hackerspace in NH? 7:16 daidny: The closest hackerspace for me is 3 hours away :/ 7:16 clothbot: RobotGrrl: not specifically artengine, but a few of us are. 7:16 bigbodynobrain: nearest hackerspace in Washington DC 7:16 RobotGrrl: clothbot: nice! i'll be in contact with you about that :O 7:16 jkCBWPnet: pgh baby im 3 min away 7:16 fightcube: mjusticz - I tried to learn AI, but back then a few years ago it couldn't snap to objects and nodes and dynamic nodes... but I guess now it can... ^_^ 7:16 clothbot: RobotGrrl: sounds like a plan! 7:16 jkCBWPnet: tuesday night is on makerbots reprap etc 7:16 DrenBoy: wonder if instructable s/w will be like wikis hehe 7:17 mryan923: Oh boy 7:17 hammerhead74k: "Tea. Earl Grey. Hot." 7:17 daidny: lol 7:17 ransomhall-1: nice 7:17 AngrySpinach: lolol 7:17 zool: lol 7:17 DrenBoy: hahaha!!! NOICE 7:17 Cadmandu: Been reloading my browser page for 15 minutes. Guess I’ll have to sit this one ont tonight.
7:17 Jac_Goudsmit: haha
7:17 yachris: hammerhead: you called it!
7:17 AngrySpinach: ow plastic
7:17 Cadmandu: Bye.
7:17 jkCBWPnet: sandy squirrel made one of those
7:17 richms: just look how much and cheaper photoprinting has got for in home etc
7:17 physics_dude: printed tea FTW!
7:17 clothbot: microfluidics, ftw!
7:17 socket11: Super kenkic light camera! LOL love it!
7:17 richms: better and cheaper I mean
7:18 yardleydobon: hot? of course it’s hot!
7:18 Hooloovoo: 3 actually
7:18 georgegraves: “Maker” INVENT billboards in the San Francisco:
7:18 rsbohn: Some folks like iced tea.
7:18 AngrySpinach: Or a question mark
7:18 hammerhead74k: It’s only hot if the replicator is working right…
7:18 AngrySpinach: Invent?
7:18 ericwertz: there’s a sign like that a few blocks away from me in San Jose
7:18 mryan923: its cool
7:18 DrenBoy: OMFG!!!!!
7:18 DrenBoy: he finally did it!!!!!
7:18 AngrySpinach: Want
7:18 georgegraves:
7:18 Jac_Goudsmit: nice
7:18 rsbohn: Sweet.
7:19 mark8675: Invent as spoken by William Shatner
7:19 socket11: Go to another hackerspace and make friends!
7:19 AngrySpinach: YAY EUROPE
7:19 addidis: this is neat , if only it didnt need an i device
7:19 Hooloovoo: I just downloaded that app today
7:19 RobotGrrl: it is awesome
for iPad?
7:20 mryan923: Q: Will Adafruit be @ NYC Makerfaire
7:20 georgegraves:
7:20 Jac_Goudsmit: iCantUseIt
7:20 fightcube: I have EE Toolkit on my iPhone… it’s Packed with calculators and very nice
7:20 AngrySpinach: lol
7:20 richms: I cant tell most of the purple resistors from brown half the time
7:20 physics_dude: lol @ Jac
7:20 ktownsend: electrodroid is pretty amazing for Android
7:20 lominsky-1: i’ve always thought google goggles should recognize resistors
7:20 georgegraves:
7:20 Jac_Goudsmit: No Apple devices in my house
7:20 socket11: Droid has a couple good ones.
7:20 ericwertz: like the sqat logo
7:20 swantron: ditto ktownsend
7:21 macman320: Ya, electro droid is a great android app
7:21 socket11: Always give credit!
7:21 addidis: gotta switch to headphones brb
7:21 hammerhead74k: The problem with resistor color codes is that the colors vary in hue…
7:21 AngrySpinach: Electronics Assistant is great
7:21 mryan923: you will
7:22 AlbertStraub: I wonder why they never dumped the color code and just printed the numbers on? I mean SMD resistors have the numbers printed on. The color code must be from the days when you couldn’t print fast.
7:22 mryan923: git hub is messed up on my computer
7:22 AngrySpinach: Dear Mr Jobs…
7:22 macman320: lol
7:22 Miaximus: I buy from Adafruit unless you dont have it!
7:22 georgegraves:
7:22 hjohnson_1: “Hey, sony, where’s your github repository.. oh wait.. oh god… Please don’t sue me!”
7:22 richms: AlbertStraub there is no top on a thruhole so it could endup hard to read on a board
7:22 AngrySpinach: lol
7:22 hammerhead74k:
7:22 macman320: what doesent exist?!?!!?!?
7:22 zerth: in russia, they print the # on the resistors
7:23 addidis: hehhehe
7:23 ransomhall-1: nice, git me some russian resistors!
7:23 AngrySpinach: sony smells
7:23 AngrySpinach: This is great software
7:23 socket11: Got a picture of a russian resistor?
7:23 physics_dude: Linux FTW!
7:23 macman320: YES
7:23 LapsusAntepedis: what the
7:23 ADAbot: :: Welcome to the weekly adafruit “ask an engineer chat” ::
7:23 ADAbot: :: for all the makers here – use the code “WEB” to get 10% off many kits!
7:23 ADAbot: :: at the end of the hour we will have a special giveaway!
7:23 hammerhead74k: And then there is this:
7:23 georgegraves: Serial port monitor – Peek at your COM ports!:
7:23 LapsusAntepedis: suddenly my arrays are starting at -1
7:23 LapsusAntepedis: I’m so confused
7:23 macman320: What language?
7:24 ericwertz: In Soviet Russia, resistors resist *you*
7:24 socket11: english
7:24 LapsusAntepedis: Arduino environment :p
7:24 socket11: lol
7:24 georgegraves: Serial port monitor tutorial:
7:24 zerth:
7:24 AngrySpinach: So your know what’s REALLY in your serial ports???
7:24 lookwhatjoeysmaking: there need to be a tshirt that sas arduino is my drug
7:24 AngrySpinach: *you*
7:24 Jac_Goudsmit: Isn’t this from sysinternals?
7:25 socket11: awsome!
7:25 hjohnson_1: It’s 10:24. Do you know where your serial port is?
7:25 AngrySpinach: lol
7:25 mk007: He works at Microsoft now
7:25 DrenBoy: lol
7:25 AngrySpinach: getting drunk
7:25 mark8675: my calculator places a hex on my rads
7:25 Ralph_Cramden: sysinternals yes
7:25 socket11: beer run
7:25 lookwhatjoeysmaking: what age do u start hiring at
7:25 jkCBWPnet: open source t-shirts joey?
7:25 Jac_Goudsmit: Mark Russinovich is the name you’re looking for I think
7:25 Hooloovoo: mark rusinovitch? he wrote a book too. zer0 day. I just read it
7:25 georgegraves: ZEN CART ZENSDAY – Add a ticker to your store:
7:26 AngrySpinach: JOB
7:26 BennettBenson: Mark Russinovich?
7:26 lookwhatjoeysmaking: whats that
7:26 Hooloovoo: I wish I coult type
7:26 macman320: For sony?
7:26 jkCBWPnet: my buddy owns a print shop i can make that happen πŸ˜‰
7:26 Nashblackcat: Camera AXE!
7:26 georgegraves:
7:26 AngrySpinach: parts πŸ˜€
7:26 socket11: Flunky for hire here!
7:26 AngrySpinach: πŸ™
7:26 Miaximus: VFD πŸ™‚
7:26 ransomhall-1: VFD rocks!
7:26 Miaximus: Love em
7:27 fightcube: george – do you publish all of the links in one place for each show?
7:27 rsbohn: ooh ooh ooh
7:27 hammerhead74k: Uhhh… because you are cool???
7:27 AngrySpinach: I <3 vfd 7:27 georgegraves: 7:27 mark8675: life in stereo 7:27 ADAbot: all the links will be in the show notes 7:27 ADAbot: and they are all on the blog 7:27 fightcube: thanks 7:27 jmcglinn: I got a BIG vfd in the mail today from ebay. Big like a cash register. 7:28 mjusticz: . 7:28 ransomhall-1: VFD = lots o current 7:28 richms: Im wanting some that are like the ones for front audio that have the isolated switch for jack detection 7:28 fightcube: that IS a nice audio jack πŸ˜‰ 7:28 rsbohn: yeah, leave some room for the wires. 7:28 ransomhall-1: for uC anyways 7:28 AngrySpinach: I just use jacks from old toys 7:28 addidis: very nice 7:28 scott-42: My geeky charts! 7:28 AngrySpinach: pretty 7:28 RobotGrrl: scott-42: nice! 7:28 georgegraves: iCufflinks improved battery life code hacking…: 7:28 ransomhall-1: super geek scott 7:29 socket11: Love the cuff links! 7:29 georgegraves: Fourm post: 7:29 fightcube: battery is backwards πŸ˜‰ 7:29 ADAbot: the iNecklace should be out in a week or so 7:29 AngrySpinach: πŸ˜€ 7:29 ADAbot: necklace version 7:29 ericwertz: less power that way 7:29 Jac_Goudsmit: It uses almost no power with the batter backwards πŸ™‚ 7:29 ransomhall-1: necklace = cool 7:29 Zadster: v efficient 7:29 Hooloovoo: hehe jac 7:29 Miaximus: MMmmmm 7:29 addidis: lol jack ) 7:30 AlbertStraub: Modulate the PWM so that when you point it at a photodiode attached to an audio amp it makes the godzilla roar! 7:30 jkCBWPnet: a short is a short? 7:30 georgegraves: 0 ohm resistors always makes my head feel funny. 7:30 fightcube: now you loose power in the switching edges 7:30 ericwertz: it's charging the battery reverse-biased 7:30 socket11: Increase of up time? 7:30 Zadster: I have some 0 ohm resistors that claim to be +/- 10% tolerance 7:31 WaltertheRobot: I think 0 ohm resistors come in rolls 7:31 AlbertStraub: George - You'll get over it. I used to not believe in picoseconds. 7:31 zerth: especially if you get a batch of 5% 0 ohm resistors. I like to sort them till they generate power. 7:31 AngrySpinach: neat physics graphs 7:31 AngrySpinach: they look textbook 7:31 hammerhead74k: And the non-linearitys of the switching mosfet... 7:31 jmcglinn: ransomhall-1: vfd current is .6 amp @ 5 volt for this one 7:31 ericwertz: In Soviet Russia, LEDs power YOU 7:31 socket11: LOL 7:31 ransomhall-1: not bad 7:31 Jac_Goudsmit: Zadster: That's rediculous. 0 ohm resistors probably have a REALLY HIGH variance 7:31 AlbertStraub: When I did consumer products, zero ohm through-hole resistors were called jumpers. 7:31 zerth: souldn't the yellow line have a steeper curve to keep the behavior of the light? 7:31 jkCBWPnet: whats 5% of 0? 7:32 AlbertStraub: 0 7:32 Hooloovoo: In Soviet Russia, Soviet Russia quotes you 7:32 Improviser: according to Vladmir Led 7:32 ericwertz: 0ohms are sold with tolerances 7:32 physics_dude: q: Shielded? 7:32 georgegraves: 2.1mm to 1.7mm DC jack adapter: 7:32 jkCBWPnet: so it could be THAT far off and still be good? 7:32 LapsusAntepedis: lol 7:32 Hooloovoo: sorry - that was funnier in my head 7:32 rickrcomm: will it work with a real (non-hacker) Chumbey? 7:32 mark8675: I cut my cable 10 years ago 7:32 SierraNevada1: would that plug into a Chumby one? 7:32 AlbertStraub: Must be talking about the milliohm or so of resistance. 7:32 AlbertStraub: meh 7:32 LapsusAntepedis: 0 ohm resistor = superconductor? πŸ˜€ 7:32 lookwhatjoeysmaking: whin will u b back in stock of the data loging shield for arduino 7:32 ericwertz: everything has resistance boys! 7:32 fightcube: and girlz 7:33 socket11: Q: Which touch screen do you like fo pushing realtime video to? 7:33 ransomhall-1: resist the machine (russian saying) 7:33 Improviser: resistance is futile! 7:33 AngrySpinach: except for superconductors 7:33 yardleydobon: but what happens when you put two 0 ohms in parallel? divide-by-zero and the universe ends. 7:33 WaltertheRobot: Not me! --I do whatever I am told --no resistance 7:33 addidis: nice adapter , would work for my drawbot πŸ™‚ 7:33 ericwertz: girlz know that already 7:33 fightcube: duh 7:33 fightcube: πŸ˜‰ 7:33 AlbertStraub: I wonder if you can hack it by modifying the feedback resistors and raise the voltage to 7 volts. 7:33 ADAbot: socket, save that Q for the end (15 min or so!) 7:33 AngrySpinach: seven of nine, primary adjunct of unamatrix one 7:33 BennettBenson: Soviet resistors don't have any resisance 7:33 richms: Some of those non approved adapters are scary as inside 7:33 Jac_Goudsmit: focus fail 7:33 fightcube: DO NOT RECYCLE! 7:34 AlbertStraub: I remember checking the UL code on one and finding out it belonged to a washing machine. 7:34 Hooloovoo: gah - addd 7:34 AngrySpinach: you will be PROBED 7:34 mryan923: for logic 7:34 WaltertheRobot: I think (If I am to beleive what I have been told) that resistance is indeed futile 7:34 yachris: Not just probes, RAINBOW probes! 7:34 addidis: these are nice , and worth the cost 7:34 Improviser: everything is out of focus tonight 7:34 wtfwtfdef: hi 7:34 DrenBoy: colorful! 7:34 socket11: I will take one! LOL! 7:34 ransomhall-1: try dark background 7:34 ericwertz: they send you to Siberia to lower your resistance 7:34 hammerhead74k: If you don't have some, GET SOME! 7:34 richms: since its a set of 9, which colour is missing? 7:34 AlbertStraub: Great for SMD 7:34 wtfwtfdef: fivel 7:34 Zadster: probes that arent afraid to express their sexuality 7:34 mark8675: for UFO's at the end of the rainbow 7:34 wtfwtfdef: fivel goes west 7:34 georgegraves: IC hook set (9 pcs): 7:35 mryan923: 3 wire prong 7:35 Jac_Goudsmit: oh analyzer clips. Sweet! Those are insane expensive at places like Fry's 7:35 AngrySpinach: you can do it! 7:35 jkCBWPnet: no way i need some of those 7:35 wtfwtfdef: fivel is 5 volt 7:35 AlbertStraub: You have a Fry's! I am so jealous! 7:35 swantron: + a bunch 7:35 AngrySpinach: I have maplin 7:35 fightcube: Those probes pop off pretty easily if they wiggle around... last ones I purchased were $15 each.... 7:35 addidis: yeah 5 mins from me albert 7:35 ransomhall-1: Q: what kind of amperage can they take? 7:36 wtfwtfdef: u solder an isp jumpr 7:36 ericwertz: Probably five Fry's half hour from me 7:36 Jac_Goudsmit: I have 2 Fry's within an hour's driving distance, and I'm not even in the Bay area 7:36 mark8675: headers!!!!!!!!!!!! 7:36 addidis: eh theres only 2 in the us eh? 7:36 hammerhead74k: Fry's... alas, isn't as good as it used to be... 7:36 jkCBWPnet: yeay 7:36 AlbertStraub: Geeezz. Send one to Colorado! 7:36 socket11: LOL 7:36 DrenBoy: double sided woot 7:36 wtfwtfdef: using headers to connnect idp 7:36 yardleydobon: Q: what mating length is considered long? 7:36 addidis: perfect for connecting a pickit too 7:36 JMartinez9: double header! 7:36 wtfwtfdef: isp 7:36 JMartinez9: πŸ˜€ 7:36 ericwertz: You can never have too many Fry's -- that is, unless you need customer assistance... πŸ™‚ 7:36 fightcube: then plug it into another breadboard!Q 7:36 AlbertStraub: Wire wrapped breadboard? 7:36 georgegraves: Extra-long break-away 0.1" 18-pin strip male header (5 pieces): 7:37 Jac_Goudsmit: Q: Do you have female-to-long-male headers too? Like the ones on Arduino shields 7:37 wtfwtfdef: u can cut them 7:37 georgegraves: Datasheet: 7:37 ericwertz: shorts are 12mm i think 7:37 WaltertheRobot: I couldn't believe it --Radio shack is selling wire wrap again! 7:37 Hooloovoo: ooooh! 7:37 jkCBWPnet: female/female + these 7:37 AngrySpinach: soooooo cool 7:37 ransomhall-1: blinkies! 7:37 lominsky-1: wooooooooo 7:37 wtfwtfdef: use cutters 7:37 AngrySpinach: shinies 7:37 georgegraves: NEW PRODUCT – RGB backlight negative LCD 16×2 + extras, RGB on black: 7:37 rsbohn: ook! 7:37 scott-42: nice looking LCDs 7:37 fightcube: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhh 7:37 ericwertz: cutters will bine them up 7:37 swantron: do it live... 7:37 wtfwtfdef: nice lcd 7:37 ericwertz: (bone) 7:37 AngrySpinach: AAAAAAAAAAhhhhhhhhhhhh 7:37 yardleydobon: whoa 7:37 AlbertStraub: I used to love wire wrap. It was my knitting while I watched Dr. Who reruns. 7:37 Jac_Goudsmit: shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinyyyyyyyyyyyyy 7:37 ransomhall-1: Q: where's the music? 7:37 rsbohn: oh yeah 7:37 Hooloovoo: you can rotate colors on the fly - I was wondering 7:37 hammerhead74k: Reminds me of the display on my car stereo... 7:37 mjusticz: . 7:37 mjusticz: We'll do it live! 7:38 ericwertz: LSD LCD 7:38 richms: Q: how good is the white on them with them all on? 7:38 AngrySpinach: Q: Are these much harder to use than normal LCDs 7:38 wtfwtfdef: reminds mevof smores 7:38 lominsky-1: i think the positive display looks nicer 7:38 rsbohn: Hot swappable! 7:38 DrenBoy: lol @ericwertz 7:38 mjusticz: Haha my chat doesn't show up when I type in all caps 7:38 costacoast: espresso ready status 7:38 wtfwtfdef: campfire smores 7:38 jkCBWPnet: thats just backlight 7:38 mryan923: Q: What cameras do you use to film the show 7:38 Hooloovoo: I also like the fact that pins are across the top and bottom 39 fightcube: CRACK IT OPEN! 7:39 mryan923: Thanks 7:39 fightcube: lol 7:39 socket11: are they 3volt? 7:39 wtfwtfdef: aall ur base 7:39 wtfwtfdef: dragon double 7:39 yardleydobon: photopic response 7:39 hammerhead74k: Also, you are most sensitive to green... 7:40 JMartinez9: Q: do you have code for adruino to do rgb led color cycle? like the icufflink uses? 7:40 fightcube: blackberry pearls have RGB and W leds in the ball mouse thing 7:40 AngrySpinach: Q: Do you prefer the positive or negative ones? 7:40 wtfwtfdef: the best game for atari 7:40 ransomhall-1: bit band on arduino 7:40 lookwhatjoeysmaking: whin will u b back in stock of the data loging shield for arduino 7:40 ransomhall-1: bit bang 7:40 RobotGrrl: ohh i made some rgb colour cycle :O 7:40 georgegraves: Q: Hpw 7:40 ADAbot: joey, in a week or so 7:40 Duckie58: Any news on availability of the Ethernet Shield? 7:41 DrenBoy: lol a gothy lcd 7:41 ransomhall-1: nice 7:41 lookwhatjoeysmaking: thank you 7:41 hammerhead74k: And what you are juxtaposing it with... 7:41 georgegraves: Q: What's more daylight readable? 7:41 AngrySpinach: SHINIES 7:41 socket11: What drink tonight? 7:41 rsbohn: super effective! 7:41 mryan923: im gonna buy sone 7:41 mryan923: some 7:41 lookwhatjoeysmaking: how much per foot 7:41 scott-42: Breckenridge Avalanche Amber Style 7:41 PanGoat: pretty 7:41 AngrySpinach: TRIPPY 7:41 wtfwtfdef: ravre 7:42 wtfwtfdef: ravehard 7:42 SierraNevada1: Nice 7:42 PanGoat: where's my tiny backpack? 7:42 mjusticz: Q: How many ground up unicorns/foot? 7:42 AngrySpinach: electronics lab rave 7:42 DrenBoy: woot! looks like thhe stuff Latrell wears in "white chicks" 7:42 mark8675: Why to Goths only use mastercard? Because they are not Visa Goths 7:42 fightcube: you know life is good when you put up shelves and say "we should really fill these up with stuff".... 7:42 hammerhead74k: Looks really pink from here! 7:42 georgegraves: That green is such a great color. 7:42 socket11: Q: Do you buy it by color? 7:42 lookwhatjoeysmaking: ther need to be a el wire shield fore arduino 7:42 AlbertStraub: I could write my daughter's name in cursive with that! 7:42 mryan923: adabot- not el wire belts today 7:42 jkCBWPnet: i got wiz200web as ethshield sold out and am having problems with the config 7:42 Jac_Goudsmit: Alright this is officially the shiniest object of the show today 7:42 ADAbot: $12 for 2.5m 7:42 ADAbot: 7:43 AngrySpinach: Q: Can you make your own inverter? 7:43 wtfwtfdef: yah righ burningmsan 7:43 socket11: Q: color by power? 7:43 wtfwtfdef: thats liike 30ooo miles from u 7:43 AlbertStraub: I want to wind my own torroids but I keep snarling up the wire. 7:43 lookwhatjoeysmaking: is ther a el wire shield for arduino 7:43 fightcube: Q: what voltage and current do these require? 7:44 ericwertz: color can be a verb 7:44 yachris: Adaverb! 7:44 mjusticz: Q: How many ground up unicorns/foot? 7:44 scott-42: Burning man is so fun 7:44 hammerhead74k: It's a pain to do... not recommended if you are just trying to light some wire up. 7:44 mryan923: Scott- yeah love it 7:44 fightcube: Q: not frequency... current? 7:44 lookwhatjoeysmaking: is ther a el wire shield for arduino? 7:44 wtfwtfdef: 2cb an burning man 7:44 Jac_Goudsmit: don't connect them straight to the wall outlet kids 7:44 Maz60525: Q 7:44 Maz60525: Q: 7:44 hammerhead74k: It's an AC thing... 7:44 zerth: Q: How many ground up unicorns/foot? 7:44 WaltertheRobot: Take care of your feet while at burning man --no one ever tells anyone that 7:45 clothbot: lookwhatjoeysmaking: there's an "EL Escudo" that Sparkfun carries. 7:45 ransomhall-1: Maz - testing your Q:s? 7:45 socket11: THX! 7:45 richms: Jac_Goudsmit- I have several nightlights that do just that with EL sheet, and only a capacitor to limit current 7:45 fightcube: ohhh, thanks hammerhead 7:45 Jac_Goudsmit: INOYSDA 7:45 AngrySpinach: NOOOOOOOO not an ad!!! 7:45 mark8675: it's not out yet so don't ask 7:45 ericwertz: 0.01 unicorn feet/ft 7:45 wtfwtfdef: shhhh 7:45 AngrySpinach: lol 7:45 DrenBoy: pls stream dont die 7:45 mjusticz: lol 7:45 mjusticz: thanks for the spec 7:45 mark8675: please stand by 7:45 mjusticz: we need the unicorn datasheet 7:45 hammerhead74k: Hey - what about the... oh, nevermind, it's not out yet... 7:45 jkCBWPnet: look up capacitance 7:45 LapsusAntepedis: Whiteboards and elbows 7:45 zerth: the elbow isn't bad 7:45 socket11: Looks like an arm! 7:45 Len17: It must be a prototype. 7:45 Hooloovoo: oooh 7:45 fightcube: SHINEY!!!!!!!! 7:45 mjusticz: What's the butterfly's name? 7:45 ransomhall-1: ohhoho 7:45 Zadster: Mmm EL tape 7:45 AngrySpinach: oooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh 7:45 ericwertz: noone has ever found a unicorn datasheet 7:45 clothbot: sweet! 7:45 lookwhatjoeysmaking: is ther a el wire shield for arduino 7:45 DrenBoy: woooooooo 7:45 lominsky-1: whoah 7:46 SierraNevada1: woooo 7:46 Nashblackcat: WANT !!! 7:46 fightcube: damn now that's awexome 7:46 mjusticz: it adhesive backed? 7:46 yachris: Jac -- looks like somehting more shiny! 7:46 ubbeauty: 你好 7:46 Jac_Goudsmit: OK I stand corrected, this is more shiny that the EL wire hahaha 7:46 Maz60525: Q: how much are those 7:46 fightcube: oh course it's adhesive backed! 7:46 mk007: Tron!!! 7:46 AngrySpinach: I see tweeting sweatband type thing 7:46 socket11: Q: Power? 7:46 mjusticz: maz: it's not out yet so don't ask 7:46 zerth: not out yet, don't ask 7:46 mryan923: Q: Are the samples you recieve free? 7:46 DrenBoy: maor tron bags ;p 7:46 JMartinez9: Q: how long does el last? before is becomes dim or burns out? 7:46 jmcglinn: I wasn't to interested in the wire, but this tape is cool 7:46 BennettBenson: Same price? $12 for 2.5 meters? 7:46 mjusticz: NOT OUT YET SO DON'T ASK 7:46 macman320: So whats the advantage to scotch tape? 7:46 fightcube: I wanna stick that all over the freaking place 7:46 varmogan-1: dxvfxc 7:46 Zadster: could do some seriously cool cycling gear for winter with that 7:46 mjusticz: noysda 7:46 wtfwtfdef: q: Tft or other tech? 7:46 zool: lol wha 7:46 mryan923: wow 7:46 delozfamily: wow 7:46 DrenBoy: OMFGGG 7:46 fightcube: SHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT 7:46 AngrySpinach: even cooler!!!!!!!! 7:46 mjusticz: OMG 7:46 ktownsend: It's like 1980s music videos all over again! 7:46 ransomhall-1: palpitating heart 7:46 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: i like 7:46 AngrySpinach: That is sooooooooooo cool 7:46 addidis: disco floor 7:46 clothbot: Finally! I can replace the EL sheet in my old Newton! 7:47 macman320: πŸ˜€ 7:47 delozfamily: I am freaking out too 7:47 fightcube: Tron Suit! 7:47 Zadster: woah thats huge sheet 7:47 wtfwtfdef: tft panel 7:47 hammerhead74k: @Adabot/ladyada - yeah, leave off the adhesive backing... 7:47 zerth: jmartinez9 about 3000 hours for the wire, depending 7:47 AngrySpinach: BEST THING EVER 7:47 macman320: YESS 7:47 lookwhatjoeysmaking: thats awsom 7:47 socket11: Great Back light! 7:47 zool: lol pretty cool 7:47 Hooloovoo: WANT! 7:47 macman320: YUMMEH 7:47 lominsky-1: that is awesome! 7:47 Miaximus: q: From Tron! 7:47 Miaximus: πŸ™‚ 7:47 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: must buy.... 7:47 DrenBoy: omggggg 7:47 georgegraves: Q: Can you cut it while it's lit? 7:47 ericwertz: yum, EL tacos 7:47 fightcube: EAT IT! 7:47 varmogan-1: does it work with ac or dc 7:47 AngrySpinach: GLOWING BURRITO 7:47 Zadster: How much do I want a coat made out of EL sheet... 7:47 DrenBoy: run!! decepticons enroute for energy cubez 7:47 clothbot: georgegraves: you'd short it out with metal shears. 7:47 swantron: wait...what 7:47 zerth: varmogan-1 AC 7:47 rsbohn: Q: does it buzz (power supply buzz?) 7:47 JoeBanks: Please hold up an el tape against panel..think of el signs? 7:47 socket11: never cut something powered! 7:47 hammerhead74k: Greetings, Programs! πŸ˜‰ 7:47 mjusticz: no then you'd let out the magic blue smoke 7:47 Nashblackcat: lol 7:47 georgegraves: LOL 7:47 mark8675: billboard advertisers would love this 7:47 clothbot: The red wire!!! 7:48 georgegraves: I had to ask. 7:48 daidny: lol 7:48 bigbodynobrain: if you have to disarm a bomb 7:48 Zadster: shocking πŸ˜‰ 7:48 AngrySpinach: The unicorns escape 7:48 AlbertStraub: Q: Any chance of you ever offering a AD9851 DDS Signal Generator kit? 7:48 DrenBoy: unles you're cutting the red wire 7:48 fightcube: laser trimming resistors ? 7:48 Nashblackcat: I want this for hockey season ! 7:48 wtfwtfdef: q: tft technology? 7:48 hammerhead74k: You like your heart in operational condition, right? 7:48 Nashblackcat: πŸ™‚ 7:48 physics_dude: q: I'll be in NY,NY for the first time next week. Any tips? zerth slaps wtfwtfdef around a bit with a large trout 7:48 swantron: valid suggestion 7:48 lominsky-1: moma 7:48 mjusticz: Q: How to cat? 7:48 lookwhatjoeysmaking: is ther a el wire shield for arduino 7:48 ericwertz: you can with special Darwin cutters 7:48 wtfwtfdef: o sorry dont ask 7:48 WaltertheRobot: Does fire have mass? 7:48 fightcube: joey, yes there is one 7:48 lookwhatjoeysmaking: is ther a el wire shield for arduino? 7:48 fightcube: yes 7:48 clothbot: lookwhatjoeysmaking: see the EL Escudo shield: 7:48 lookwhatjoeysmaking: were 7:49 mark8675: how about admiral questions 7:49 Duckie58: any idea when the ethernet shield will be in stock? 7:49 lookwhatjoeysmaking: o thank you 7:49 Shiftlock: How fast does the EL wire light up after power is applied? 7:49 yachris: Q: Got an existing circuit I'd like to control, how can I tell if an optoisolater will not be destroyed? 7:49 lominsky-1: how would you determine the frequency of a rfid 7:49 daidny: When will the Arduino Ethernet shields be back in stock? 7:49 varmogan-1: what type of connectors are on the flexible led strips 7:49 Miaximus: q: Any tools like Fritzing that is easier to use for the newbie hacker? 7:49 socket11: Q: What touch screen would you recommend for pushing advertising to? 7:49 georgegraves: Q: Your product list has about doubled in the past year or two, how are you dealing with storage? 7:49 WaltertheRobot: does fire have mass? in... what is tonight's code? 7:50 zerth: Q: what george said 7:50 ransomhall-1: Walter - part of the fire does 7:50 Jac_Goudsmit: saytest: WEB 7:50 saytest: thanks 7:50 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: an ad? 7:50 addidis: WEB 7:50 s52e36: q: do you guys do tours? I wanna play with mosfet next time I'm in nyc πŸ™‚ 7:50 wtfwtfdef: hackity hack 7:51 varmogan-1: how to you interface the el with a micro controller? 7:51 wtfwtfdef: ruby learn tool 7:51 georgegraves: Yes! Can't wait! 7:51 clothbot: I *so* need more storage! 7:51 ubbeauty: 晚安 7:51 AlbertStraub: I 7:51 addidis: cursed random ad 7:51 richms: do you store everything there or do you have a lockup somewhere else? 7:51 AlbertStraub: i'm amazed there is manufacturing in Manhattan. 7:51 Miaximus: The shop will look like a submarine full of supplies before long πŸ™‚ 7:51 mark8675: store soft things overhead 7:51 marty200: m 7:52 ransomhall-1: ponoko is great for custom enclosures 7:52 jmcglinn: What beet was that? Looked like an Optimator 7:52 RabLabit: My 5 meter LED strip lights up with 9v and much lower amperage than normal 20ma per LED rating. Will under powering the strip hurt it? 7:52 ransomhall-1: fairly cheap too 7:52 wtfwtfdef: q: what beer u drink tonight? 7:52 swantron: what sort of beer is that? 7:52 socket11: Q: Which touch screen have you used that can handle a realtime push of picture or video? 7:52 AlbertStraub: Q: Ever think of making your PC board mounting holes spaced so they fit in an off the shelf Radio Shack project box? 7:52 Miaximus: Love da mega] 7:52 hammerhead74k: @socket11 - how about a tablet? iPad or Galaxy Tab etc? 7:53 ericwertz: MCP23008/23016s come in DIP packages 7:53 varmogan-1: can you sell a diy arduino mega at any point? 7:53 Jac_Goudsmit: Radio Shack has project boxes? 7:53 wtfwtfdef: multimux 7:53 socket11: Has to be static! 7:53 AngrySpinach: Q: Have you jailbroken your iPad? 7:53 mark8675: Q: could you do a video tour? 7:53 hammerhead74k: @socket11 - define that. Static? How so? 7:53 SilentDirge: Q; why are cr1212 batteries so difficult to find? 7:53 zizbug: Are you planning a really small android plug-in adapter with the API capable Arduino on it? 7:54 ktownsend: You really want FPGA for real time video, but that's a headache as well 7:54 wtfwtfdef: tegra can hanfdle dual 1080 steream 7:54 mjusticz: Radioshack project boxes come in terrrrible sizes 7:54 mjusticz: . 7:54 lookwhatjoeysmaking: do u have a 3x3x3 led cube arduino shield kit 7:54 mjusticz: look: no 7:54 clothbot: Just design all your boards to Lego peg spacing and you'll be set forever. πŸ˜‰ 7:54 socket11: Single space and going to a touch screen that has basic function. 7:54 AlbertStraub: Wow. A 3x3x3 led cube would be cool. You'd probably have to air-ball wire it. 7:54 Zadster: they should put a video camera on mosfet for a day 7:54 Jac_Goudsmit: I know Fry's has some project boxes and they're all almost but not quite completely unusable for anything 7:54 rsbohn: Q: what about mega with pins instead of sockets (or no headers)? 7:54 AlbertStraub: 7:54 mark8675: It's actually a TARDIS 7:55 AlbertStraub: 7:55 fightcube: Q: Did you look up the Femtoduino? 7:55 Miaximus: I have a pony! 7:55 hammerhead74k: WHAT?!?!? No PONIES??? 7:55 socket11: no 7:55 Shiftlock: Do you have a pony? 7:55 Jac_Goudsmit: No unicorn tho 7:55 varmogan-1: How much do you love NY? 7:55 lookwhatjoeysmaking: im curintly working on the 3x3x3 led cube 7:55 AngrySpinach: Q: Are the DHTxx sensors more accurate for tempurature than your other tempurature sensors? 7:55 clothbot: flame-thrower ponies! 7:55 Miaximus: Ponies! 7:55 mjusticz: Stephen colbert referenced to bronies the other night and it made my life complete 7:55 lookwhatjoeysmaking: shield 7:55 wtfwtfdef: hyundai pny 7:55 wtfwtfdef: pony 7:55 SilentDirge: Q; how bad is it to under power an electronic device? Voltage and amperage? 7:56 hammerhead74k: (I am surrounded by actual horses... don't have any myself, though) 7:56 socket11: RTMF! 7:56 varmogan-1: Ill trade you a Charzard for a pickachu? 7:56 musashibaka: Can you recommend a good intro to microcontroller book? 7:56 SilentDirge: Fyi cr1212 do exist. I was surprised to find them on ebay, but very low kwh 7:56 Miaximus: Love Manhattan - someday I will snap a photo in front of adafruit! 7:56 yona75: Q; Can your RFID breakout handle HID iClass cards or only Mifare ? 7:56 ransomhall-1: musa - put a Q: in htere 7:56 Miaximus: (from the sidewalk) 7:56 clothbot: For chips, they are usually only characterized to +/-10% voltages in the fab models. 7:56 fightcube: Silent, it's not bad at all if you are trying to power starve some circuit bent music devices πŸ˜‰ 7:57 AngrySpinach: Q: What's your favourite non-arduino microcontroller? 7:57 wtfwtfdef: q: i lov u pt&ladyada zerth slaps wtfwtfdef around a bit with a large trout 7:57 Maz60525: Q: will u have more arduino books in stock 7:57 mjusticz: Q: Could you make something with the same output as a bridge-rectifier out of MOSFETs? 7:58 hammerhead74k: Um... why? 7:58 Zadster: its ronous rectification 7:58 daidny: Beginning Arduino was a good book for me but he makes the programming a little more complex than is needed. 7:58 Zadster: *synchronous 7:58 jkCBWPnet: those are just diodes what do u mean output? 7:58 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: bugs are attracted to my screen 7:58 LapsusAntepedis: Q: Any plans for a stepper driver kit 7:58 LapsusAntepedis: ah damn 7:58 LapsusAntepedis: lol 7:58 AlbertStraub: Synchronous rectification. 7:58 ubbeauty: active rectifier 7:58 ADAbot: lapus: yes πŸ™‚ 7:58 varmogan-1: Q. can you increase the memory for an arduino 7:58 LapsusAntepedis: Awesome πŸ˜€ 7:58 Miaximus: Trivia is great! 7:58 georgegraves: woot! 7:58 addidis: lap check out my site i just posted schematics and board for one 7:58 ericwertz: the Motor Shield will drive a stepper 7:58 richms: oooh nice.. 7:59 socket11: q: dOES mosfeat pull his own weight? 7:59 ransomhall-1: EL Wire? 7:59 RobotGrrl: ericwertz: only 4 wire 7:59 richms: shame I won before πŸ™ 7:59 SierraNevada1: ugh advertisement 7:59 Zadster: use firefox 7:59 yardleydobon: tim berners-lee, cern, mosaic 7:59 yachris: Cats ALWAYS pull their own weight πŸ™‚ 7:59 hammerhead74k: @varmorgan - no, the RAM is in the AVR processor. 7:59 Miaximus: I won before - so Good Luck everyone!!! 7:59 mjusticz: Jon Postel 7:59 RabLabit: Al Gore 7:59 yardleydobon: mosaic 7:59 Jac_Goudsmit: not the Internet, jusst the web 7:59 LapsusAntepedis: ericwertz: Problem is I need to drive 3 or 4 for a CNC, a whole sheild for one would not work 7:59 zerth: easy 7:59 reportingsjr: European Organization for Nuclear Research 7:59 enzyox: mosaic 7:59 mryan923: Whats the best way to learn to use an xbee 7:59 zizbug: central european research nuclear someting 7:59 DrenBoy: conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleair 7:59 reportingsjr: yay πŸ™‚ 7:59 ericwertz: you might want to lok into the GrblSHield then 7:59 ADAbot: reportingsjr: 7:59 ADAbot: European Organization for Nuclear Research 7:59 ericwertz: it has at least 3 motor drivers on it 7:59 Miaximus: Yay! 8:00 addidis: lapsus, check the link i sent u in pm 8:00 ktownsend: Hey 8:00 socket11: COOL! 8:00 DrenBoy: very cool 8:00 addidis: its a schematic for one , 8:00 delozfamily: yeah cern 8:00 ktownsend: It's in French ... I want the accents too! πŸ™‚ 8:00 Hooloovoo: ach - aht was fast - nice job reportingsjr 8:00 rsbohn: CERN! 8:00 DrenBoy: go darpa!!! 8:00 wtfwtfdef: hah darpa 8:00 hammerhead74k: OK - what does NCSA stand for? 8:00 RabLabit: Open Source LHC 8:00 wtfwtfdef: dazrpa is involved with camera tv's 8:00 mdmb54: test 8:00 wtfwtfdef: big brother her4 to watch you 8:00 saytest: i used to work for ibiblio/metalab it is the 3rd site on the planet πŸ™‚ 8:00 socket11: Do they not have a collider also? 8:00 mdmb54: yay, i can chat 8:00 RobotGrrl: ericwertz: forget my 4 wire comment before x] 8:00 yachris: National Center for Superconfusing Applications πŸ™‚ 8:00 wtfwtfdef: full 20000000 dpi camera/tft displays 8:00 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: lucky 8:00 AlbertStraub: MOSFET! 8:00 Zadster: lol poor Mosfet 8:00 mark8675: Mosfet!! 8:00 Miaximus: Tron Cat! 8:00 fightcube: Q: What do you think about an Open Hardware Name Badge that's hightly hackable? 8:00 hammerhead74k: Yup! Alas... no prize for that one. 8:00 yachris: MOSFET! 8:00 LapsusAntepedis: haha 8:00 BennettBenson: Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire 8:00 RabLabit: Tron Cat! 8:00 DrenBoy: what an ebil laugh!! 8:00 Zadster: Looooong cat 8:00 Len17: They always put it on the poor cat. 8:00 AlbertStraub: Units of cat. 8:00 delozfamily: its about 4 cats 8:00 Miaximus: lol 8:01 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: long cat is long 8:01 macman320: STICK IT ON TEH KITTEH 8:01 saytest: cat measuring tool 8:01 Hooloovoo: blue! 8:01 richms: POOR CAT! 8:01 RabLabit: Non standard cat units 8:01 LapsusAntepedis: both! 8:01 mjusticz: FIRST ONE TO TYPE THE ALPHABET WINS 10 INTERNET HIGH FIVES 8:01 DrenBoy: inventing the hover cat 8:01 ericwertz: me OW 8:01 AlbertStraub: Yea MOSFET! 8:01 mdmb54: he's so calm, that's crazy 8:01 Zadster: Mosfets thinking "oh jeez, more EL wire" 8:01 macman320: :3 8:01 Miaximus: Heheheh 8:01 delozfamily: space cat 8:01 LapsusAntepedis: EL collar 8:01 Hooloovoo: better than a bell! 8:01 zerth: q: troncat 8:01 yardleydobon: that is a chill cat 8:01 yachris: Yay mosfet πŸ™‚ 8:01 socket11: Why am I getting a commerical? 8:01 dlovearl: How many cats long are the EL wire? 8:01 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: WRAP EL ON ALL THE THINGS 8:01 RabLabit: Kitty Zap 8:01 LapsusAntepedis: I know what my next project is 8:01 wtfwtfdef: mostfest just licked the elwire 8:01 DrenBoy: i bet mosfet hates sat nite 8:01 Miaximus: ooo I can even hear the whine of the inverter 8:01 Shiftlock: Someone call the ASPCA 8:01 wtfwtfdef: its tastey 8:01 Zadster: It does look super cool though, I must admit 8:01 richms: Tron kitty 8:01 Improviser: Wait till he bites it 8:01 mark8675: Look into Mosfets eyes and receive instructions for the feline overthrow of the Earth 8:01 Jac_Goudsmit: socket11: Because you didn't install Adblock plus 8:01 mdmb54: lol 8:01 ubbeauty: "troncat" -- good one 8:01 addidis: till he bites it 8:01 swantron: can i haz dignity.....NO 8:01 JoeBanks: helllo, I must be glowing? 8:01 JG1000-2: Nice collar..! 8:01 georgegraves: Yup! 8:01 socket11: He hates cameras! 8:01 Miaximus: Great Show!!! 8:01 macman320: mosfet would nevwer be able to hide then... Zadster pats Mosfet 8:01 delozfamily: that's a product, godd idea Lady Ada 8:01 DrenBoy: lol @swantron 8:01 fightcube: abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz peace out 8:01 RabLabit: Tron Fruit 8:01 ericwertz: his future (and present) is bright 8:01 addidis: see ya , have a good weekend ! 8:01 Duckie58: Thanks Adafruit! 8:02 Miaximus: RiderNet next weekend! 8:02 JG1000-2: Thanks -great show..! 8:02 AlbertStraub: Thank you for the show! Great fun! Bye! 8:02 mark8675: All hail our feline overlords! 8:02 wtfwtfdef: dont take a deal from ABC Kjust yet 8:02 DrenBoy: ahaha 8:02 mdmb54: does anyone else here a static/poping noise? 8:02 LapsusAntepedis: hahaha 8:02 wtfwtfdef: wait them out till the 10m,illion offer 8:02 ubbeauty: 晚安 8:02 t3h_blu3_cruies3r: thanks guys! 8:02 dlovearl: Neclace of Triskelion 8:02 socket11: You guys rock! 8:02 Jac_Goudsmit: Great show guys! Great show-ntell too 8:02 mjusticz: Q: Will you start giving prizes at show and tell? 8:02 PanGoat: great show. have a great night. 8:02 fightcube: kill me 8:02 georgegraves: and we are out..................................................... 8:02 SierraNevada1: Thanks guys....great show.....nite all 8:02 yachris: thanks! 8:02 delozfamily: ahhhhhh 8:02 mdmb54: bye! 8:02 yardleydobon: Q: Will you be renewed for a third season? 8:02 jkCBWPnet: thanx 8:02 Miaximus: ohm 8:02 macman320: zener................................. 8:02 RabLabit: Thanks fruits 8:02 wtfwtfdef: ohmm 8:02 hammerhead74k: I think the static is from the EL inverter, coupling into the mic input??? 8:02 schnoggman: Fun as usual 8:02 mjusticz: ohmmmm 8:02 Len17: Thanks guys 8:02 excavatoree: Thanks, everybody. 8:02 SierraNevada1: bye from So Cal 8:02 Miaximus: Have a great week everyone! 8:02 wtfwtfdef: holy there i\s alot more veiwers than when it startered
8:02 fightcube: good show! loved the show and tell
8:02 RobotGrrl: thanks again ADAbot ^^
8:02 Hooloovoo: that was a fun show! thanks!
8:02 macman320: Thanks for another great show guys πŸ˜€
8:02 wtfwtfdef: i sweazr i typed something and it fle3w up[ the chat like a banchsheee
8:02 Jac_Goudsmit: That moment of Zener always makes me feel so non-linear
8:02 wtfwtfdef: i couldn’t see it in a secdond
8:02 JoeBanks: This is so cool! <- Field of Dreams quote 8:03 socket11: Thx george! 8:03 wtfwtfdef: i bet 10,09000 people are quitting inow 8:03 mdmb54: I just realized I had to get a Ustream account and not a Adafruit account to participate .. πŸ™ 8:03 delozfamily: Thank you Adafruit!

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