[Noisebridge-discuss] Giant Mindreading Robots performances

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 3 15:41:19 UTC 2017


At the most recent Dorkbot, at Noisebridge, Kal Spelletich and I did a presentation on our giant mindreading robots.  After working on these for two years, our first performances are coming up this weekend.
You're all invited to come check them out.
     Friday  7-April  8pm  (doors at 7pm)
     Saturday  8-April  8pm  (doors at 7pm)
     Sunday  9-April  1pm  (doors at 1pm)
At:
     The Lab
     2948  16th St  (near 16th St Mission BART)
http://www.thelab.org/projects/2017/4/6/kal-spelletich-split-brain-robotics
[http://static1.squarespace.com/static/556101b3e4b0c18afa3f0a0f/55610dcce4b08f92bdb39c35/58c1a96dbf629ab8bad991e4/1490571618157/Untitled1.png?format=1000w]<http://www.thelab.org/projects/2017/4/6/kal-spelletich-split-brain-robotics>

Kal Spelletich: Split Brain Robotics<http://www.thelab.org/projects/2017/4/6/kal-spelletich-split-brain-robotics>
www.thelab.org
Friday, April 7–Sunday, April 9, 2017 $8 entry / Free for members Member Login Non-members can register for tickets via the below links: Friday, April 7; 8-10pm Saturday, April 8; 8-10pm Sunday, April 9, 1-3pm Audience members are invited to try and control two giant, scary robots with


We use a Brain-Duino EEG Shield to get your brainwave data, and a Arduino Mega to use your brainwave data to control 5 bigass motors on each giant robot.  Two people can try to use their brainwaves to make their robots kiss.  It's not easy!  But it's fun.  [😊]

Cheers,
Mitch.



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