[Noisebridge-discuss] Hacker Aquarium
cjtang1 at asu.edu
Sat Dec 7 01:30:54 UTC 2013
I meant build,
The idea is that the logic here is not mutually exclusive. I'm attempting
to bring something to the space I am relatively good at.
Moreover, questions regarding maintenance aren't assuming the additional
hacks I'm going to use.
An automated top-off system/water changer
An automated feeder
The berlin method is more than enough to handle the maintenance of a small
salt water aquarium.
The industry creates an illusion that they are hard to keep and or require
Hence, the reason why they are able to continue to iterate the same
products and sell them for very high costs for those that do not truly
understand that all you need is to remove the excess waste from the system
for it to work.
That process does not have to be tedious.
On 6 December 2013 17:25, Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> We do. We buy lots of stuff from sparkfun and adafruit.
> On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 4:58 PM, Charles Tang <cjtang1 at asu.edu> wrote:
>> Why not build your electronic devices with companies.
>> On 6 December 2013 16:30, Cameron Hackett <camhkt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Charles Tang <cjtang1 at asu.edu> wrote:
>>>> there are more chapters of aquarium associations here in the bay area
>>>> than hacker spaces.
>>> Why not build this aquarium project with one of these associations, then?
>>> Seems to me like you'd find more people with similar interests.
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> Ronald Cotoni
> Systems Engineer
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