The president of the University of Colorado came to the Craft Technology Lab today, so everyone’s been working hard over the past week to get a short demo together. The not-enough-sleep feeling is not so good, but I did manage to get a bit done on the first version of the UCUbe. Not so sure how much the president understood, but my advisor seemed pretty impressed (which is no small feat).

Here are a few pics of the development and UCube v.01:

Those last two are pics of me taking apart my PS2 in order to try and fix the disc drive (won’t open or close properly).

It looks like I’ll be giving an Arduino workshop next week to a bunch of MFA students here at CU. Should be fun. I also have a few exciting collaborations in their early stages – one involving a home-economics lab and the other involving GPS tracking of art pieces. More soon.