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For the LEGO Cannon we need a 2mx3m "shooting area" in front of a wall or some kind of wall. We want to illuminate that wall. Can be near a passage, but there should be a wall or a less crowded space in which direction we can "shoot". We also need a wall to hang led stripes there with which we simulate balls on a roller coaster.
 
For the LEGO Cannon we need a 2mx3m "shooting area" in front of a wall or some kind of wall. We want to illuminate that wall. Can be near a passage, but there should be a wall or a less crowded space in which direction we can "shoot". We also need a wall to hang led stripes there with which we simulate balls on a roller coaster.
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We are a small group of software developers doing some cool projects like automatic shooting of balloons, automatic playing of FlappyBird, playing 1D-games on LED-stripes, making NFC controlled mp3 player.... .
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We are a small group of software developers doing some cool projects like automatic shooting of balloons, automatic playing of FlappyBird, showing off firework and gravity balls on LED stripes, making NFC controlled mp3 player.... .
  
 
Why /dev/zero? Because it is cool and contains an infinite amount of half of the electronic information in the world: Zeroes.  
 
Why /dev/zero? Because it is cool and contains an infinite amount of half of the electronic information in the world: Zeroes.  
  
 
FlappyBot - A Raspberry Pi plays FlappyBird with Servo-Touchpen and Camera
 
FlappyBot - A Raspberry Pi plays FlappyBird with Servo-Touchpen and Camera
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Documentation: https://lihotzki.de/FlappyBot.pdf
 
Documentation: https://lihotzki.de/FlappyBot.pdf
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BalloonShooter - Detects and shoots ballons in 3m range automatically, balloon tracking with camera
 
BalloonShooter - Detects and shoots ballons in 3m range automatically, balloon tracking with camera
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Documentation: https://github.com/MarvinBaral/BalloonShooter and https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0u6JJvU0JhhG1BdvJM-5qi7tFbW3g5N5EWulWlf5u8
 
Documentation: https://github.com/MarvinBaral/BalloonShooter and https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0u6JJvU0JhhG1BdvJM-5qi7tFbW3g5N5EWulWlf5u8
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WLAN LED-Stripes Firework/ Gravity Balls
 
WLAN LED-Stripes Firework/ Gravity Balls
NFCmusik
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https://github.com/ehansis/nfcmusik
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https://lihotzki.de/MOV_0529.mp4 and https://lihotzki.de/MOV_0530.mp4
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NFCmusik:
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Documentation: https://github.com/ehansis/nfcmusik

Latest revision as of 19:05, 10 November 2017

Website
Contact ccc@marvinbaral.de - Marvin Baral,

ccc@jcbachmann.de - Group

Description We are a group of software developers doing some cool projects like automated shooting of balloons, automatic playing of FlappyBird, showing off firework and gravity balls on LED stripes, making NFC controlled mp3 player....

Why /dev/zero? Because it is cool and contains an infinite amount of half of the electronic information in the world: Zeroes.

Members
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
chaos competence center Cluster:Art & play
Tags raspberrypi, arduino, leds, balloons, lego, camera analysis
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact ccc@marvinbaral.de
Brings Light, LED Stripes, FlappyBot, LEGO Cannon (Project BalloonShooter)

For the LEGO Cannon we need a 2mx3m "shooting area" in front of a wall or some kind of wall. We want to illuminate that wall. Can be near a passage, but there should be a wall or a less crowded space in which direction we can "shoot". We also need a wall to hang led stripes there with which we simulate balls on a roller coaster. --> we need wall(s)! 2m of wall for BaloonShooter + 3m of wall for led stripes. Can be different walls.

Feel free to contact me at ccc@marvinbaral.de.

Projects FlappyBot - A Raspberry Pi plays FlappyBird with Servo-Touchpen and Camera

Documentation: https://lihotzki.de/FlappyBot.pdf BalloonShooter - Detects and shoots ballons in 3m range automatically, balloon tracking with camera Documentation: https://github.com/MarvinBaral/BalloonShooter and https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0u6JJvU0JhhG1BdvJM-5qi7tFbW3g5N5EWulWlf5u8 WLAN LED-Stripes Firework/ Gravity Balls NFCmusik https://github.com/ehansis/nfcmusik

Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage would be great
Character of assembly just a gathering space
Seats needed 10
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 18
Arrival and build up Maybe at 26.12. but more likely at 27.12.

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We are a small group of software developers doing some cool projects like automatic shooting of balloons, automatic playing of FlappyBird, showing off firework and gravity balls on LED stripes, making NFC controlled mp3 player.... .

Why /dev/zero? Because it is cool and contains an infinite amount of half of the electronic information in the world: Zeroes.

FlappyBot - A Raspberry Pi plays FlappyBird with Servo-Touchpen and Camera

Documentation: https://lihotzki.de/FlappyBot.pdf

BalloonShooter - Detects and shoots ballons in 3m range automatically, balloon tracking with camera

Documentation: https://github.com/MarvinBaral/BalloonShooter and https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q0u6JJvU0JhhG1BdvJM-5qi7tFbW3g5N5EWulWlf5u8

WLAN LED-Stripes Firework/ Gravity Balls

https://lihotzki.de/MOV_0529.mp4 and https://lihotzki.de/MOV_0530.mp4

NFCmusik:

Documentation: https://github.com/ehansis/nfcmusik