By using the very simple and cheap PIC Microchip micro-controller it's possible to generate signals. With these signals you can display all kinds of pixel patterns on any VGA monitor or beamer. During the workshop participants will create their own "VGA test box" that will make it possible for you to do the same.
The Hipster PDA (Parietal Disgorgement Aid) is a fully extensible system for coordinating incoming and outgoing data for any aspect of your life and work. It scales brilliantly, degrades gracefully, supports optional categories and “beaming,” and is conﬁgurable to an unlimited number of options. Best of all, the Hipster PDA ﬁts into your hip pocket and costs practically nothing to purchase and maintain.
Crecen las comunicaciones, las comunidades y sus ideales. Se expanden las creaciones mientras suenan tambores de guerra, algunos lejanos, otros que gritan, y otros más que se palpan cada vez más cerca de las calles. La Red se agita... y obedece.
I have been experimenting today with controlling the RGB lines of a VGA connection on a computer monitor using Arduino. The results have been quite promising -- in fact, it was very easy to do and the outcome was considerably better than i had anticipated.
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