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MTRAS ~ MidTn Robotic Arts Society Monthly Meetup

  • Dec 14, 2013 · 3:00 PM
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Notice that we are changing our regular meeting date and time in December.  Help out with an LED ornament build from 10am until 3pm.  No special skills necessary--hot melt and electrical tape are used to attach the LED's and batteries.  We will have a normal meeting from 3PM until 5PM.  Please join us for both or either!

Newbies, gearheads & everyone in between are welcome. Most meetings are show and tell format but we always welcome anyone wanting to give a specific presentation. Let us know if you'd like to present!

Please sign in at the information desk so the staff can direct you to meeting room.

Email MTRAS @ [masked] if you have any questions.

See ya'll there!

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  • steve g.

    It was a great meeting. We had a smaller group, but it was really fun to talk in depth about some of the members' projects. Patrick showed us the details on his DIY Segway build. He did such a great job designing and fabricating his segway. I brought in my self-balancing project, a snowboard with wheels. Patrick showed us his laser cut snowman that is controlled by a picaxe. He went through some of his picaxe code showing everyone how easy it is to interface an IR remote controller to a picaxe and make the chip play songs and blink LED's to the beat of the song. Robbie showed us her work using an inexpensive RF board and arduino that she plans to incorporate into her saxophone. Patrick also showed us some inexpensive and easy to build line-following kits. We are planning to have a line following contest in February. We plan to give away a pololu 3pi robot at that competition. Also, Wes donated a zumo robot for a prize. Both of these robots retail for $100.

    December 15, 2013

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