[Noisebridge-discuss] Bike lights workshop! Shine out into the night! This Friday

Rachel McConnell rachel at xtreme.com
Tue Apr 16 01:02:46 UTC 2013


Nice! I will try to show up, although I may try to continue working on 
my own bike light system which is controlled by a combination of light 
sensor (off in sunlight) and pressure sensor on the seat (off when I'm 
not biking).

<puts on annoying hat> Have you got data indicating that bikers with 
lights die less often (from biking accidents) than bikers without 
lights?  Is the result controlled for skill at biking, intoxication of 
rider, phase of the moon, and level of unclothed-ness of nearby 
attractive pedestrians?
</curmudgeon>

Rachel1.0 WITH UNMATCHED TAGS

On 4/15/13 4:48 PM, Alexandra Glowaski wrote:
> I'm tired of seeing world-class hackers riding around with no lights, or
> faint ones, or covered-up ones, like stupids. You guys are so
> magnificent, and you deserve a set of totally obnoxious lights, and also
> not to die because of such a silly little thing.
>
> Join me this Friday at the space! Bring your bike and build yourself a
> set of integrated, water-resistant, low-profile, crazy bright, fully
> custom, simple, durable, cheap bike lights
> (www.alexglow.com/anti-love-bike-lights/
> <http://www.alexglow.com/anti-love-bike-lights/>). I give you my
> personal guarantee that they won't be stolen: my wheels got jacked
> yesterday, and a set of pedals before, and the lights were totally intact.
> If you want them to blink, bring your own controller! I'mma try and work
> up a fun reactive circuit in advance, but the standard-issue kit will
> include only the materials for a static display. Which will look
> magnificent. I promise.
>
> Friday, April 19 @ 7pm
> Noisebridge Hackerspace
> $10-15 suggested donation for materials
>
> As proposed by the inimitable Mr. Sean Kolk, we shall perform a test run
> afterwards: a six-pack ride, wherein you bring a six-pack of whatever
> you want and we stop at six different parks. Feel free to join only for
> the beginning, or ride with us in solidarity if you already have lights
> you love. Let's celebrate!
>
> - Merlin
>
> p.s.: I plan to make this a recurring event. More live hackers! More
> hardware! More shiny!
>
> --
> Make your world!
> www.alexglow.com <http://www.alexglow.com>
>
>
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