Not long before we moved in to our new home at the Oxford Centre For Innovation, we were offered a sofa. A rather nice one, a big plump leather sofa in a fetching shade of brown. So we collected it and put it on one side ready for us to furnish the new space. Continue reading “Our Sofa’s Made For Walking”
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a hackathon to mark the bicentenary of Ada, Countess Lovelace, at Oxford Hackspace on November the 11th. Continue reading “Announcing The Ada Lovelace Hackathon At Oxford Hackspace”
It’s been a very long haul to get here, but we have finally moved into our new space courtesy of the generous support of The Oxford Trust charity. Continue reading “Mapping WiFi Coverage In Our New Space”
Jared’s mobility scooter robot receives its first
Ladies and gentlemen, the Makerbot can now print things!
Thanks to the deft carpentry skills of Igor and Lauren, we now have a tool wall! Continue reading “Tool Wall”
Okay, so our Makerbot can’t actually print yet. (It can extrude plastic, and move the print platform. Just not both at the same time, it seems.) It has another trick up its sleeve that’s almost as cool, though: by varying the step rates of the motors, you can get it to play musical notes. And since it moves in three axes, it can do three part harmony: Continue reading “Musical MakerBot”