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Sep 3, 2020
343: Getting Brains to Work
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Chris and Elecia discuss transcripts, listener emails, and brains.

We already have a post about the dangers of using Arduino for professional work.

Elecia got a Cricut Maker to help her make origami and then discovered SVG files were editable (Intro to SVG). She’s putting her origami crease patterns in a github repo eleciawhite/origami), where else would you put it?

About brains, Elecia was reading from Smart But Scattered.

The Contextual Electronics Podcast
The Contextual Electronics Podcast
Contextual Electronics
CEP007 – Combining Art and Technology with Sarah Petkus
Sarah's personal site (shown throughout the video) She Bon is a project exploring human sexuality and helping people discuss it in a more healthy way. It has multiple smaller projects we discussed HotSpot PulsePack Sarah shows the hardware to different groups. The hackers at DEFCON are different than the artists at Ars Electronica Sarah entered the project into the Hackaday Prize and also gave a talk at the Hackaday Superconference about it. Comparing artists and jackets, the former usually want to show completely finished work, instead of something that might be in progress. This means artist sometimes outsource the technical work. Sarah likes doing both. "You learn the most when you do it all, when you have the control" Howdo we get more art people to be technical? How do we get more crossover? "I made this!" Noodlefeet is Sarah's robotic offspring. she has been creating an upgrading him for over 5 years. The Noodlefeet playlist on Sarah's Youtube channel Rebuilding Noodle to make him more sturdy, especially while walking. Ship of Theseus The Noodle brain uses a Jetson Nano for classifying images. See the 'mother of machine' site for more info. End Effectors "The tasting channel" Sarah got started in 3D using SketchUp, as did Chris. She learned parametric modeling via Fusion360 went on a deadline. Sarah and Mark met at SynShop Follow Sarah on YouTube Sarah shares her regular sketches and thoughts on Twitter Sarah also has a patreon Thank you for supporting The Contextual Electronics Podcast! Here's how you can follow and help us grow: Please follow us on social media: @ContextualElec on Twitter Contextual Electronics on Facebook Contextual Electronics on LinkedIn @Chris_Gammell on Twitter Please consider leaving us a review iTunes page for subscribing and reviewing Video version of the podcast: Audio version of the podcast:
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