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Chris gave an Arduino programming lesson on Thursday, June 20th. According to its website, “Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive … Continue reading
In May, we launched a high-altitude balloon, the fourth one in a series for the Apollo67 project. Read about the rest of flight, look at pictures from the balloon’s camera, preparation, recovery and more in a fantastic write-up by Bob: http://apollo67.com/apollo67-launch-4-433/ … Continue reading
Tim built a wood-fired pizza oven, and shaped the pizza using a FeLion iron cast. Tim based the design of the oven off a guy from California called the Pizza Hacker. The oven gets up to 900 degrees.
Sector67 visited the Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Championship in Mineral Point, on Saturday, April 27th. Alisa and Andrew from FeLion had a booth as well.
Chris and Mary performed an aluminum casting. The aluminum cast will be used as a mold for glass blowing. You can watch a video of the pour here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqTrp-IAw-s
Tim worked on some forging with interested people from the neighborhood.
The Sector67 April monthly meeting was on Tuesday, April 2nd. 1. Chris demonstrated how to expand and shrink a peep using a vacuum. You can find a video of the same process in action here. 2. Jay talked … Continue reading
We submitted a proposal to the Project:Connect Summer Youth Programming project – Project:Connect promotes connected learning and a more equitable, social and participatory web. We want to help kids learn how to be responsible Minecraft citizens, and make and share 3D designs on Thingiverse, … Continue reading
The Sector67 monthly meeting was on Tuesday, June 4th. 1. Tom, a professor at MATC, brought with him a drone built by he and his students in a collaborative effort. The hardware and software of the drone is … Continue reading
Theatre in All the Wrong Places, one of Madison’s newest theatre companies, put on a performance of their original production Gruesome Playground Injuries at Sector67. As their mission statement notes, one of the troupe’s primary goals is to “explore non-traditional performance venues,” … Continue reading