Mitocondrion Mark 4.1 Build: Main PCB

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I’m working away on the next version of the Mitocondrion. In an effort not to do everything myself, the next version uses assorted bits and bobs from others but everything comes together and gets wired up by the one main board. This holds the Arduino, the big DC-DC converter that powers the LED strips, the …

Andrea performing her new aerial apparatus this Saturday… come along!

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From : The Wellington Circus Trust is celebrating christmas and their move into a new venue, in true carnie style, by putting on a show! This coming Saturday evening, will be doing the first ever performance on her new aerial dance apparatus. She’s been developing this work semi-secretly for the last 6 months and I …

Perlin noise, simplex noise, and interpolation

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Most programming these days seems to consist of banging other people’s code together until it all behaves. This wasn’t much different. I’ve been playing around with some algorithms for the Mitochondrion, Mark 4.1. For one mode, I want smoothly flowing and random patterns. There’s a kind of noise that suits called Perlin noise, invented by …