Living roof for the shed: Which plants are still alive?

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Most of them, it seems. Currently, nineteen out of twenty-one haven’t kicked the bucket. Here’s what the roof looked like as planted, back in May. And today: Currently exploding are the carex secta, virgata, and fagillifera, at the top of the roof in the driest and windiest part. Down at the bottom of the slope, …

Mitochondrion Mark 5.0: First light

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Yeah, this is going to be bright. That’s the test power board, the test centre board, and the test strip. The power board holds four 16340 Li-Ion cells and a 5 Volt, 4 Amp converter (and some other gubbins). There’ll be four of them, one for each strip. The centre board holds the Teensy, motion …

Mitochondrion Mark 5.0.1 progress: almost enough LEDs

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The answer to the question “how many LEDs?” is always “moar!”. However, I think this counts as “almost enough”: And you’ll note from the change in version number that the Mark 5.0 power design didn’t work out. The Mark 5.0.1 power design is underway. In short, while I could fit 18.2 mm diameter cells into …