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Do you think it’s dangerous to have Busby Berkeley dreams?
The only acceptable response.
Middlesex Installation -
Top notch DJ?s, superb cocktails, and a line out the door every week-end?all that was missing was something to help the minimalist decor pop. So when we were invited to install a piece of our choosing at Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge, MA for the parent company?s holiday party, we jumped at the opportunity. We were so enthusiastic about it, in fact, that we soon found ourselves in a mini-assembly line, scoring, folding, and gluing 180 vellum pyramids. Controlled by an Arduino board, the 180 addressable LED?s feature pre-programmed animations that change slightly based on the reading from the piezo-electric sensor we attached to the house subwoofers. The product was an immediate hit: after only a short time pulsing and flowing to the music the client was ready to make it permanent. http://ift.tt/IcL0tS via John Howrey
We read. We take notes. We share. We learn. And in the past couple of decades, we?ve been doing more of all of this on our computers and, more recently, handheld devices. The problem is that we don?t really have a great piece of software to facilitate the entire experience. That?s where Annotator comes in. http://ift.tt/182g2eu via John Howrey
"At least let me put on the hat!…" / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1jzhp9G
He’s gonna be so thrilled to see this picture on Instagram. Just wait… / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1jzhr1d
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