The Tiny AVR Programmer is now available from SparkFun Electronics. This programmer, developed by David A. Mellis in High-Low Tech, makes it easy to program the low-cost ATtiny45/85 and ATtiny44/84 microcontrollers from Atmel.
Leah’s talk on “Sketching Electronics” is up on the TED.com site:
November 14, 2012
David gives a talk at the Regional Youth Media Arts Education Collective (at the ICA).
November 5-16, 2012
Hampshire College, Amherst, MA
Exhibition of art books at the intersection of technology and the traditional bound book. Included in this show are Electronic Popables and Telescrapbooks.
September 27, 2012
New York, NY
Leah gives a talk on OSHW and Empowerment.
September 27-29, 2012
Salt Lake City, UT
Jie shares her work in paper electronics and discusses how these can be incorporated into interactive books.
October 21-27, 2012
Arnhem, the Netherlands
Leah speaks and gives a workshop at the Blikwisseling Art and Technology Festival.
August 22, 2012
Children’s Muesum of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Leah speaks about recent High-Low Tech research at this wonderful children’s museum.
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston: Teen Night
August 8, 2012
As part of the ICA’s Teen Arts Council ‘Teen Nights,’ Sam lead several hundred teenagers, students, and visitors in assembling an interactive, hanging installation in the main lobby space. A lot of fun!
These are essentially LED throwies–with a little twist. The other component is a 38KHz IR [...]
Jie collaborates with the Opera of the Future group and the Punchdrunk Theater group on an experimental web-based addition to the Sleep No More theater production.