A (mostly un-cohosted) podcast where we talk about progress - or lack thereof - of hobby-projects, mostly related to software, electronics or mechanical engineering.
DMX512, ground reference and LED decoration stuff
Hi, and an extremely good 2021 to all of you.
We start off this brand new year talking about some totally unrelated and slightly more related new year's resolutions,
a miniscule car fix, and glueing with a 3D printing pen. All in not much more detail than stated here.
(For full shownotes, see the podcast's web page.)
DMM probes, laundry fix and light-hangout
Prepare yourself for epic or less epic talk about a mains test jig that proved very useful, some awesome Probe Master DMM probes well worth the money, and both me and occasional cohost Domen fixing household stuff, and the subtle psychology of starting a repair.
Homebrew-wise, the only thing I made was a smooth green LED under-plant decoration. For fun, I visited an informal light-art hangout and talked about adding DMX512 to my VGA generator board.
exploding cap, 3D-printing and planet decoration
The thrilling tale of 4 months of doing pretty much nothing interesting is coming to a podcast near you today!
(For complete show notes, see https://podcast.cba.si .)
oversized test-jig, spiky LED ball and knowing your equipment
In this time of global turmoil, the CBA Podcast once again proves to be your one-stop source of distraction and meh-grade information.
(for full shownotes, see the CBA Podcast site)
xmas smoothness, deadlifts and resistive load
Welcome to the first and so far best episode of 2020, the third year of this podcast. Thanks for sticking around and making this happen, or alternatively, thanks for just tuning in - hope you like it.
crossing borders, intensity curves and anti-theft socks
Another mixed bag as usual. 2 meetups with the CBA Quality Team for some Quality Time.
Eindhoven Hackerspace Hackalot moved to a new location, and I put some LED decorative stuff there, making use of a light intensity curve for a better visual result.
Furthermore, a trip down memory lane with an old elevator mock-up project, tests with 2 potting-materials, a hot glue meltdown, and taking a look inside an older anti-theft clothes tag.