waxpraxis wrote:Very cool project! Reminds me a lot of a section in "The Diamond Age" (one of my favorite books!)
I can see kicking in $40-80 range for one of these. It looks like you're using an ATMega128 for the main chip. What are you using for the wireless comms?
waxpraxis wrote:I know doing shortish-run boards like this can be pricey. I really hope you can raise enough cash to make this happen! Please let me know when you get the Kickstarter up and rolling and I'll post it all over the place, I've already shared it in a couple of places just this morning!
I know it would be chunkier, but have you thought about doing a through-hole version that could be assembled at home? I don't have a surface mount setup yet but would love to build a whole mess of these and bring them to the regional burns I go to.
Did you apply for an art grant from BMorg? If you'll be attending any regionals, they often have art grant programs as well.
Luckily for my big LED project for this year I don't need custom boards made - just a LOT of soldering and crimping!
Theres Always One wrote:I'm really digging this thread. All this talk of Arduinos and LEDs has me quite aroused.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
Shambala wrote:That's a very cool project, but offering a Kickstarter on here would get the wraith of "moderation". You wouldn't want that now, would ya?
junglesmacks wrote:Oh come on.. points for the roundabout way of advertising! "How much WOULD YOU PAY??" I thought it was pretty tricky, really..
On the flip side.. SUPER cool project! Atmel's progression with their chips is so super cool.. I actually had no idea that they had an RF integrated 128 now. Wow.
I've heard tell that wireless communication and digital lighting may be big soon.. *rubbing hands together*
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