[Cyborg] Cyborg dinner

Tomm tomm.fire at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 21:41:24 PDT 2010


  Sounds like a good idea to me.  I'd be up for 
something on the 17th, and I like the idea of 
having it at Noisebridge - after all, that's why 
there's a kitchen, right?

And here's the animation I was talking about 
yesterday:
http://www.edheads.org/activities/brain_stimulation/

It was a little cheesy at first, but after 
watching it, I think I had a much better idea how 
to install a deep brain stimulator into a 
Parkinson's patient.  Though ostensibly aimed at 
the budding neurosurgeon, it's probably better at 
familiarizing patient & family with the surgery, 
as well as any brain geeks lurking on the interwebz.

     Tom

On 10/4/10 5:49 PM, kristinneidlinger wrote:
> hi guys!
>
> i like food. it'd be fun to have a dinner. how about in two sundays?
> oct 17th
> ?
>
> best,
> kristin
>
>
> On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 9:53 PM, Rachel McConnell<rachel at xtreme.com>  wrote:
>> I'm sorry I missed this meeting, I really meant to come but had been
>> travelling all the previous night and so slept all day.  Wah!
>>
>> Anyway, I do have an external programmer, the USBTiny from LadyAda, and
>> from making North Paw kits I am familiar with the process of programming
>> chips without bootloaders.  I don't know what the referenced problem is,
>> Chung-Hay, but I'd be willing to bring my programmer sometime and we
>> could take a look.
>>
>> Rachel
>>
>> Todd Anderson wrote:
>>> Hey everybody --
>>>
>>>      -- I really enjoyed seeing / meeting you all tonight, and I thought
>>> we had a fun&  interesting conversation going.  I was thinking maybe we
>>> could have a cyborg dinner some Sunday, either at Noisebridge if that is
>>> an option (cook up a bunch of pasta or order in), or even at my house if
>>> the group is about the size it was today.  Anyway, any interest in such
>>> an event?
>>>
>>>                       cheers --
>>>
>>>                               -- Todd
>>>
>>>
>>> PS: I actually read that page about arduino boot-loading
>>> (http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/Bootloader), and you DO need an
>>> external programmer, which you can operate from the normal Arduino IDE.
>>>   I bet this would fix your problem, Chung-Hay, if you can find a
>>> programmer.  Maybe Tom's would work?
>>>
>>>
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