Running the Hackaday ARG

7 posts by ben

So over the last month I've been very busy helping out Hackaday in preparation for the announcement of The Hackaday Prize. During the lead up to the announcement we wanted to build some suspense at Hackaday so we started releasing a series of space themed puzzles over all over April. Every week we posted a […]

Our latest product, Datasheet.net, is now finally available for anyone to use. After a few months in private beta we feel ready to let the world see what we've been playing with. Here's a quote from the going live post on the Datasheet.net blog. We think datasheets suck. Plain and simple this is a format […]

We're proud to announce that this year we're sponsoring the Open source hardware summit! This is a new move for us as we haven't sponsored an event like this before, but since we're getting more involved in the Open Hardware scene we thought it would be a great place to go and meet more members […]

For the past couple of months I've been working on an art project for a certain dusty art festival this year. We're building an 18ft diameter geodesic dome with hundreds of LEDs lighting up a cover to make lots of triangles of color. Inside we'll be having a 3 foot wide multi-touch dome surface that […]

We recently got a Makerbot Replicator Dual, we've had a lot of fun printing little¬†chotskies and cases for raspberry pi and arduino unos. But we thought it was time we did something a little bit more involved. One thing we printed early on was this fantastic 3d model of the classic Joy Division Unknown Pleasures […]

We're having a lot of fun getting up and running with our Hacklab. None of us are professional electronics engineers, so we weren't really sure what we needed. I myself have built a few electronics projects in the past, but never really had the opportunity to setup a dedicated lab. My work has always been […]

This is the first post in hopefully a soon to be long line of posts on the SupplyFrame Engineering Blog. Here we'll be documenting our adventures in our shiny new Electronics Lab and hopefully blogging a little bit about the work we do here and the things that interest us. Stick around, it may be […]