After the library closed, some of us went out onto the front lawn and had a pleasant picnic lunch and continuing the conversations.
Congratulations to Caitlin who has published a Diyode article about her recent Women in Technology meeting that was held recently in Bunbury. You can read it online: diyodemag.com/features/model_makers_inspiring_more_women_to_get_into_tech
Peter dropped by and gave a demonstration of his 1980's dead-bug style electronic art work that incorporates LED's and electronic music synthesis:
We have a budding junior engineer who is exploring architecture:
Phillip has acquired an oscilloscope, so he can now see what's going on inside his computer build:
After a few mods and a few feature creep items, a new revision of the 12V Power Distribution Board is under way
Likewise with the USB LED board. The microphone has finally been debugged and tested, so a new revision of the PCB will shortly be sent off for manufacture:
A new project has been started. All going well, it will be demo'ed at the next meeting. This is the core processor and power supply: