My new countersinking technique is unstoppable.
Of course, a whole bunch more to do, but it goes.
Brightness levels are optimal.
It’s good data. There’s lots of it. I just need to work out what to do with it…
Right then, after a fair amount of swearing, I made the decision that the Mitochondrion Mark 5.0 has some fatal design flaws and won’t be… Read More »No Mitochondrion Mark 5 for Kiwiburn… but something else instead
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… Read More »Mitochondrion Mark 5.0.1 progress: almost enough LEDs
Measure twice, cut once, swear loudly, and measure again like five times… So one of the goals for the Mark 5.0 is for all the… Read More »Mitochondrion Mark 5.0 progress: the bit that I’m supposed to be good at…
Reese Dunn in the renegade show at Under the Spinfluence with the Mitochondrion, Mark 4.2.4. Pic by Charlie Whiteley.
The Mitochondrion M4.2.3 code was a bit of a mess. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great either that it was put together in a… Read More »Try, learn, try again – Mitochondrion Mark 4.2.4 progress
Back from Rainbow Serpent now and mostly recovered from having too much fun. So much fun that I haven’t any pics or vids. The Mitochondrion… Read More »Mitochondrion glow staff progress – where I’m at, where I want to go
While everyone’s off to Kiwiburn, we’re off to Rainbow Serpent in Oz. It just worked out that way. Anyway, for the Mark 4.2.3 I’ve fixed… Read More »Mark 4.2.3 – More grunt needed. As always.