[Windell] was stoked enough to send us [Jay]‘s sweet hack on [Windell]‘s Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories Peggy 2.0 kit. [Jay] added serial input and hacked quartz composer on his mac to light up all 625 LEDs with live motion video. If you were jealous of the Metalab’s giant LED display, now you can have your own – … Read the rest
UPDATE: EMSL has four more boxes ready to go. If you are in the silicon valley area, pick one up.
The Great Internet Migratory Box of Electronics Junk is essentially a virtual swap meet. A mysterious USPS flatrate box arrives on your door step filled to the brim with random electronics. You remove some pieces that you find interesting … Read the rest
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories is celebrating their second anniversary. They say they’re now 20 millicenturies old. To celebrate, they put together their greatest hits from the last year. We enjoyed their bristlebots, candyfabbing, and AVR business cards and hope to see their work for many more years to come.… Read the rest
In the ongoing quest to find parts for new projects by scavenging old devices, the curiously sane and benevolent team at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories took apart an HP Color LaserJet 2600n. They wanted to see what makes it tick and what parts can be culled from it for later use.… Read the rest
As our final Maker Faire post, we thought we’d talk about some of the curious items that were handed us during the event.
[Garrett] gave us a handful of ShiftBrites to play with in a future project.
We donated to … Read the rest