[Noisebridge-discuss] Tesla Coil enthusiast?
jtfoote at ieee.org
Tue Jan 18 18:53:15 PST 2011
Give Ray at the BoxShop a call, He built some audio-driven coils for
another artist. Fun stuff!
Do you know the folks at Omega Recoil? They are based in Oakland, nice
folks. They have pretty big coils so their shows are kind of a
production (got a forklift?), but I think they have smaller fry, heh
heh. Let me know if you need an introduction.
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 4:37 PM, Kristin Miltner <miltnerunit at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Allow me to introduce myself: My name's Kristin Miltner and I'm a
> musician/game designer who's dabbled a little in electronics -- built some
> noisemaking circuits with photocells, and have written some things in
> max/msp. I've played in and around the bay area, I'm currently living in
> The immediate reason I joined this list is that I'm trying to locate a Tesla
> Coil for a video artist to use at a show at ATA in a couple months. Do you
> guys know anyone that would be willing to help? Bartering/negotiating is
> something that I'm definitely open to. I really want to help this person
> out, because I think his video work is amazing. He's coming in from Austin.
> That being said I am really into what noisebridge as a facility and group is
> about, and I'm looking forward to learning more about you. What you have
> going looks pretty incredible.
> kristin miltner
> audio professional
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