Monthly Archives: November 2010

Meshed Network Light Suit Technical Details (part 4)

OK, it’s finally time to talk about the hardware on this project.  I had originally planned two write one post about software and one about hardware, but I found I had a lot more to describe on the software side. … Continue reading

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As Seen on TV!

I use LED Christmas light strings on the AustinLightGuy Light Suit.  The much-lower power requirements of LED strings make them ideal for mobile applications (I want to get around to figuring out a good way to put a few strings … Continue reading

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My Other Blog

I’m now blogging on less light-oriented topics over at http://ludditefallacy.blogspot.com

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Meshed Network Light Suit Technical Details (part 3)

OK, so my last post (part 2) was basically a whole bunch of history of the evolution of my EverSequence light sequencing software. This year, I figured I would put together some hardware (getting to that in the next post) … Continue reading

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