Acapela is... a-cape-for-Bela, and a box.
It is composed of two things, a circuit board and a box (or enclosure). The circuit board has space for eight potentiometers and two 1/8" TRS (a.k.a. mini-jack) connectors for stereo audio input/output. It attaches directly on top of Bela. The box just keeps everything together and makes it easier to move around.
This is a fidgetspinner made from 3mm HDF, a small ballbearing from a 3d printer, and 3 steel balls from a bigger ballbearing. It is made for assembly without glue.
Remember to change the center hole for your bearing size.
The purpose of the book is to explain what Copenhagen Fablab is, while showing an example of what's possible to make at the Fablab. The text in the book is divided into 5 sections: Making, Thinking, Creating, Caring and Sharing, and is written in the form of poems. Everything in the book is hand-drawn.
Hello, this is my first ever try at laser cutting - making some Christmas tree decorations and cute little sheep. "Perekond Piel" stands for "Family Piel" in Estonian and this is supposed to be a door sign.
Laser cut in 4 mm HDF.
UPDATE: the first try was unsuccesful... The laser has only cut through approx. 3/4 of the board, so there was no chance I could get my designs out and the whole thing together with a few hours in the lab were beautifully wasted :) Most probably this happened due to inaccurate adjustment of focus in laser settings.
The project aims to produce an initial working prototype of an animated sign for the book shelves into the kids section in the Valby library (Copenhagen, Denmark).
The prototype will serve to show the potential of having interactive signs in the room because it can improve the kids overall experience of visiting the room and selecting books by visualizing the theme providing them a funny and useful interaction.