ICYMI Show and Tell 11/3/2021 with guest hosts Noe and Pedro
Last nights Show and Tell was short and sweet! We had special guest Kevin W. from Digi-Key showing off the AR features from the new boards guide. John Park showing off 3D printed dragon eggs using silky filament and a sneak peek of his new project he’ll debut his Thursday livestream. Liz Clark [BlitzCityDIY] shared with us her upcoming Dreidel project using an RGB LED matrix, MatrixPortal and animated sprite sheets she designed. Thanks to all the folks who tuned in during the live show! Hope to host again soon and can’t wait to see folks’ projects!
All are welcome, show your 3D printing project, Arduino project, CircuitPython project, Raspberry Pi project, work bench, your work from home desk set up, your cat, your dog, the things your kids made over the last week while home from school. There is no better time to come together, we’ll see you there! and stop by Discord to get the link to join LIVE!
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Have an amazing project to share? The Electronics Show and Tell is every Wednesday at 7pm ET! To join, head over to YouTube and check out the show’s live chat – we’ll post the link there.