|Psychedelia II - A Digital Color Organ
||If you are
interested in what a Color Organ is, click this link to find
|1st Generation Webster Web
||I designed and
built a low power webserver for our website. It was
built with an 8 bit PIC microprocessor running at 20 MHz
just to see if it could be done.Click the link to see how I
|3rd Generation Webster Web Server
generation Webster just wasn't fast enough to serve media
rich pages so I built this web server to fix the
performance issues once and for all. This generation Webster
can serve up images and music without breaking a sweat
as it is built on a 32 bit processor running at 147 MHz. I
thought this would be the last of my designs but no, there
is one more. See below.
|4th Generation Webster Web Server
||The 4th and
(hopefully) final version of Webster. It is fast and it is
easy to build. Click the link for details.
|Computerized Picture Frame
||It had to happen
eventually. I would have to computerize a picture frame for
the house. Not only did the frame come out great but the
software I wrote for it is awesome.
|The Infinity Portal
|Fun with blinking RGB LEDs
controlled by an Arduino processor. This is a first cousin
of an Infinity Mirror. Check it out.
|The Big Pixels
|More blinky RGB LEDs
controlled by an Arduino processor. This time the LEDs are
network addressable and connected via a 4 wire bus which
makes the wiring much, much easier.
|My packaging of the JayCar
|Wifi Internet Radio
|My first Wifi Internet Radio
build. This project turned out nicely and will be used for a
long time to come.
|Wifi Internet Radio and
|My second Wifi Internet Radio
build with new functionality. Check out the cabinet for this
|Three D Cube Color Organ
|A frequency sensitive 3D cube
of RGB LEDs. Another "blinky thing".
|Sophie's Music Box
|I built a combination music
box/light show device for my friend Sophie. Check it out. It
is easy to build if you want to build one yourself.
|Modern, Classic LED Clock
|Check out the LED Clock I
made from lexan plastic. It not only displays time, date and
various lighting patterns, at night it projects a constantly
changing light show on the wall behind it.
|Dalek - The Next Blinky Thing
|A remote controlled mood
lighting device that is colorful and fun.
|The Desktop Contemplator
|How about a personal light
show for your desk ?
|The Light Appliance
|1024 RGB LEDs with many
|Micro controller based MIDI
|The Crystal Palace
|Bluetooth controlled light
|Ray Tracing Minion
|Raspberry Pi based ray
|Thinking Of You
|An amazing device for keeping
in touch with your friends or family.
|NeoPixel LED NTP Clock
|A clock that never needs
setting as it uses the Internet NTP protocol to keep very
|NeoPixel Laser Cut Tree
|A remote controllable
NeoPixel tree laser cut from Baltic birch plywood.
|NTP Nixie Tube Clock
|I've always wanted to build a
Nixie Tube clock and now I have.
|Circuit sculpted 6 sided
NeoPixel cube which displays messages, time and date
(timezone and DST corrected) and current weather conditions.
|E-Paper ESP32 Weather
|An all in one weather station
that takes its data from Open Weather Map.com. My first
project with an E-Paper display which is really amazing.
|Music Player Evolution
|Over time I have built many generations of
music players to fit my needs. Three of those generations
are described here.
Printed Sun Clock
|A motion controlled night light and clock
that uses the Internet NTP protocol to keep very accurate
time. The clock knows how to deal with daylight savings time
so the time is always correct without any human interaction.
|Earth Quake Display Map
|Uses a Raspberry Pi Model 3B along with the
official 7" touchscreen display to show earthquakes
happening around the world in near real time.