This is what acroyoga looks like for the base. Camera was balanced on my suprasternal notch. The sequence is our hard sequence which, over the… Read More »Duo Unco presents – Jez & Wendy’s hard acroyoga routine, as viewed from my neck
Routers need bits, not just cutting bits, but clamps, collets, spanners, t-bolts, feeler gauges, laptop, and other random crap. So I made some drawers for… Read More »Overdoing it – drawers for the router bench
Routers are painfully noisy and throw dust everywhere. If I wanted that, I’d go to Burning Man (again). So: Step 1 – Dust Shoe Vertigo… Read More »Vertigotech router – Controlling noise and dust
The Old Government Buildings in Wellington is one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. I’ve walked past it on a regular basis for… Read More »How easy is it to copy a physical object? Very easy (in this special case).
Four hour ride, starting from home, to top of Makara Peak and back. 80% off-road, mostly flowing single-track. Including new bridge.
…to me, anyway.
A friend lives out in the Sounds, way out beyond where the electricity grid stops, so her lighting is solar and candles. So I made… Read More »I made a thing, part 58: a 3D-printed double helix candle holder
TL;DR: Tiny soldering leads to a Teeny that can tell when its battery is being charged I’ve been using and loving Onehorse’s STBC08 High-Current LiPo Battery… Read More »I made a thing, part 57: My dream battery charger for a Teensy-powered wearable
Bonus free internet points to anyone who can spot what I edited out.