PDX Maker Week open house

We’re very excited for the PDX Maker Week on September 10th to 17th in Portland!

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Please join us at our OSH Park headquarters for an open house on:

Friday, September 16th

6pm-12am

OSH Park

311 B Ave, Suite B

Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Map:

Uber:

From Downtown Portland:

uber-ride

From Portland International Airport (PDX):

uber-pdx

Public Transit:

From Downtown Portland:

pdx-bus

From Portland International Airport (PDX):

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PDX Maker Week open house

Capacitive touch with Teensy

The Teensy 3 and Teensy LC have several pins that can be used as capacitive touch inputs.  I designed this board in KiCad to experiment with cap touch buttons:

Teensy LC cap touch demo

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Order from OSH Park

I used the CAPSENSE_CIRCLE component and footprint from the Wickerlib KiCad library to create the cap touch buttons:capsense-combo

Bill of Materials:

GitHub

 

Capacitive touch with Teensy

SHARP Memory LCD and Teensy

I created this board in KiCad to try out a SHARP memory display with the Teensy LC:

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Design Files:

Shared Project:

SHARP memory display and Teensy LC

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Order from OSH Park

 

SHARP Memory LCD and Teensy

Join us on Open Hardware Summit eve!

We’re very excited for the Open Hardware Summit 2016 on Friday, October 7th, here in our hometown of Portland!

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Please join us at our OSH Park headquarters on OHS 2016 eve.  We’d love it if you Bring-a-Hack, but either way, all are welcome for a grand time!

Thursday, October 6th

6pm-12am

OSH Park

311 B Ave, Suite B

Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Refreshments will be served

Map:

Uber:

From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

uber-ride

From Portland International Airport (PDX):

uber-pdx

Public Transit:

From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

pdx-bus

From Portland International Airport (PDX):

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Join us on Open Hardware Summit eve!

Hackaday: Infrared Targeting On a Small Scale

Sometimes, a person has a reason to track a target. A popular way to do this these days is with a camera, a computer, and software to analyze the video. But, that lends itself more to automated systems, like sentries. What if you want to be able to target something by “painting” it with a…

via Infrared Targeting On a Small Scale — Hackaday

 

Hackaday: Infrared Targeting On a Small Scale