I was so inspired by a wonderful exhibition at Somerset House in December, called Big Bang Data. I work with digital data, graphics and 3D formats professionally and this exhibition really impressed upon my own thoughts on where we may be heading as a species! I recommend a visit to anyone before it ends on 28 February 2016.

D and I also treated ourselves to some books and gadgets in the gift shop, and kicked off our Xmas with some little circuitry experiments. 2016 will be the playground for this new technology, particularly for painting on glass and introducing light into pieces wirelessly  🙂

 

Arduino goodies for my 3D and glass experimentation in 2016!

Arduino goodies for my 3D and glass experimentation in 2016!

 

... with plenty of LEDs and components in the kit to illuminate London ;-)

… with plenty of LEDs and components in the kit to illuminate London 😉

 

"Uno" board (microcontroller)

“Uno” board (microcontroller)

 

and when in doubt, RTFM ;-)

and when in doubt, RTFM 😉

 

And another little ‘find’ on the ‘ Big Bang Data’ day was the conductive paint by Bare Conductive. Say bye to wires and make the objet d’art more beautiful!

Something new for my 3D and modeling experimentation

Something new for my 3D and modeling experimentation

 

Conductive paint works! no more wires...?!

Conductive paint works! no more wires…?!

 

Inspired, D built her first fantastic LED finca! (photo courtesy of D)

Inspired, D built her first fantastic LED finca! (photo courtesy of D)

Originally published: Sunday, December 20th, 2015 at 23:22 in Industrialism, Modeling

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2 Responses to “Painting circuits”

  1. Coach M says:

    “RTFM”, I like it! 😀

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