Day 2 ended @ 2 in the morning and Day 3@ 3 in the morning, the longest night so far. Will Day 4 beat the record?
All projects are progressing and looks like our teams will meet their deadlines.
Last night after some spicy Indian take-out Marc Boon got his RFID-over-I2C-serial-interface, which is a component used by three different projects: V-Bird, Media Tower and RFID Racer. Today locations will be finalized for each project.
Today another volunteer arrived. Welcome Silvia Janoskova.
Also a camera crew from Tvents came by to make a news item on Hacker’s Camp.
The Breedrs, small personal creatures, are very close to getting their pond. The team still needs sand and a beamer. Luis is working on genetics and Neil on behavior of creatures and the project is coming together well.
Basic construction for Massage Couch is completed and now comes the technical part: LED signalization systems, speakers, and creating interfacing with Anymeta.
Department of Information Security and Privacy project Media Tower needs horn speakers and program for streaming on screens looks great. It’s designed so if you swipe your tag, it will screen your image and your name will be announced through horn speakers. The team is convinced it will have a great impact on the audience.V-Bird will have beautiful eyes
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Here you can find the blog of day 3.