“Hexascroller has been a central fixture at NYCR for the past few years, with a few ups and downs. It’s replacement, Octoscroller, improves on our classic message alert polygon by having two more sides and two more colors of LEDs.”
“interactive art piece built for the NYC Resistor 2014 Interactive Show. It is built with the Octoscroller / LEDscape control board and sixty-four of the 32×16 RGB LED matrices. It has both interactive and non-interactive modes and has been exhibited at many art festivals.”
“Pixel-for-pixel replica of the NYC subway countdown clocks. These tell when the next train will be arriving; my plan is to hook it into the MTA’s real-time data feed so that we can display authentic times for our office and hackerspace.”
This wins the grand prize of a $100 credit for the Hackaday Store and a $50 gift certificate to OSHPark.There are six other prizes, each receiving a $50 credit to the Hackaday Store and $25 for OSHPark:
Key Pass, a USB password manager/generator/injector
I’m also a Maker Faire junkie and always enjoy seeing beautiful purple PCBs in projects. It was awesome to meet the OSH Park team at the traditional post-Maker-Faire #BringAHack dinnerlast year. I even found the courage to inch my way close enough to OP Sharkto snap this GIF:
So stay tuned to this blog to see what amazing things people are making with purple PCBs!
A special stackup intended for a variety of high-power and low weight circuit designs. This service features a 0.032″ (0.8mm) thick PCB, and includes 2oz (2.8mil, 70um) copper. That’s half the thickness of our standard boards, and with twice the copper!
$5 per square inch, which includes three copies of your design. For example, a 2 square inch board would cost $10 and you’d get three copies of your board. You can order as many copies as you want, as long as they’re in multiples of three.
Orders are sent to fabrication every two weeks, and have a turn time from the fab of one week.
You can get a quote, approve a design, and pay for an order at OSH Park.