We had a great first meeting at Christian Brothers University, they’re graciously allowing us to use one of their classrooms and we were able to have our first presentation. Rick Mayfield shared his great Arduino presentation. Rick also brought some of his DIY projects including a light made from bright LEDs as well as a USB LED light.
The rest of our pictures have been uploaded to our Facebook Pictures.
This is one of the first projects that I attempted. The idea was to build a tactile transducer on the cheap that could be mounted to a couch. If your not familiar with a tactile transducer, it is a device designed to transmit vibrations instead of sound. It’s mounted to home theater seating to give you an extra punch during those low frequency booms.
To view more details of this project, check out my project log over on the wiki.
EDIT: The project is complete and the log updated! Everyone who was at the 2/12 meeting got to see (and hear) it in person.
See the wiki for details here.