Bullduino Unboxing

I recently applied for the 2012 Red Bull Creation contest at http://www.redbullusa.com/creation

Yesterday I received my official Bullduino board so I thought I would share a few photos. The box didn’t include any instructions, so I guess if you can’t figure it out you don’t deserve to be in the contest. :)

Custom cardboard box:

Two bulls on a circuit board, first time I’ve seen that:

Black solder mask:

Atmel ATMEGA328:

See more photos here:

Photos from the Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2012

I’ve posted some photos from the Seattle Mini Maker Faire.
Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2012
You can see them on Flickr or Google Plus.
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lowvoltagelabs/sets/72157630049133116/
Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/photos/115017817208112204973/albums/5750749757409609921

Seattle Mini Maker Faire presentation

Welcome to Seattle Mini Maker Faire
Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the 2012 Seattle Mini Maker Faire on Sunday.
The presentation was an overview of creating a printed circuit board using the KiCAD suite of electronic design automation tools.

Here is a PDF of the slides I used for the presentation:
Release your hardware hacker potential with KiCAD

Also a big thanks again to DorkbotPDX PCB, Midnight Maker and Seeed Studio for the PCB samples, they were a big hit!

Join me at the Seattle Mini Maker Faire

I’ll be speaking at the Seattle Mini Maker Faire this coming Sunday June 3, 2012 at 12:40PM. This is the first year for the Seattle Mini Maker Faire and it’s being held at the Seattle Center in Seattle, WA, USA.

The presentation will take you step-by-step through the process of creating a printed circuit board using the KiCAD suite of electronic design automation tools. From schematic to gerber files, you can do it all with the open source tools in KiCAD.

Here is the presentation schedule for the Seattle Mini Maker Faire:

Hope to see you there.

VideoOverlayShield is now Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike

We’ve decide to update the license on the VideoOverlayShield product. Previously it was licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike, which says you can copy and remix the product but not for commercial purposes.

We have decided that this is no longer necessary and have changed the license of the VideoOverlayShield to the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. This allows the copy and remix of the product even for commercial purposes. This also puts the product more in line with the values of the Open Source Hardware (OSHW) Definition.

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