Community Corner – March 27, 2015: The Featured Projects from this Week
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Riley Harrison shared his beautiful, laser-cut board game project this week in our community!
I’ve started teaching laser cutter classes again at The Hack Factory in Minneapolis, the space run by Twin Cities Maker .
Here’s one of my laser cutter projects that I was very happy with.
This is custom designed set of tiles and pieces for the game Carcassone.
I ended up making an acrylic laser cut bux to store it in, came out really slick.(read more)
Featured Community Project from the Adafruit Blog
I guess the theme this week is board games! Thanks to Mike for sending in his awesome interactive board game with Makey Makey and Scratch! Very cool project. (read more)
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