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The Louisville Linux Meetup Group Message Board › Raspberry-pi interest

Raspberry-pi interest

Joe F.
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Louisville, KY
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Howdy. At the meetings someone was introduced as messing with raspberry-pi. I would like to connect to pick your brain for an art installation using a python script on a small free standing processor to drive a few ancient plotters. The vid is driving one of the plotters using the python script on a mac, but I don't want to leave a computer on site.
To see this mess click here.
Instead of printing ink on paper, I am using the plotters as big pots to control the freq of an oscillator. The print head down completes a circuit whose resistance changes. The black plastic on the plotter bed is a material that military ordnance gets wrapped in to quell the possibility of a static charge, hence it is conductive.
If you want to talk about this, please get in touch.
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