Archive for August, 2012

Tantillus 3d Printer Build Night

Last night at the Vancouver Hack Space (VHS), there was a build night for all the local buyers of Tantillus 3d printers. There were 11 Tantillus’ (tantilli?) in the room […]

Live at Squamish 2012: the Mega Photo post

This past weekend was the third installment of the Live at Squamish music festival. For the second year in a row, I attended to shoot photos of all the bands […]

Tech Tuesday: InstaCube & Charge your phone while you bike to work

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I discussed these items: InstaCube: stream in realtime, all the photos from your Instagram account, to this wifi enabled digital photo frame. […]

2012 Vancouver Photo Marathon

This past weekend was the 4th edition of the Vancouver Photo Marathon. I helped organize the first two editions, was a judge one year and was supposed to be a […]

Tech Tuesday: Using the ForcePad and how 3d printing is changing animation

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver I talked about these items: ForcePad is going to change your trackpad: The introduction of the ForcePad by Synaptics is set to […]

Tech Tuesday: remotely automate your home and a camera with smartphone brain

This week on News 1130 radio in Vancouver, I talked about these topics: Wi-Fi controlled power outlet makes home automation easy: Belkin has released a new $49 gadget called the […]

My Summer in Photos

I’ve been pretty busy this summer with a number of different events and things that I haven’t posted about so I thought I’d post a little photo summary of my […]

SXSW 2013: How 3D Printing Changed My Life

Today, the SXSW panel picker went live. This is the system which helps the SXSW team decide which, of the 3000+ submissions they received, should get a spot for 2013. […]

3D Printing explained (Infographic)

Sculpteo has posted this great infographic that covers off many aspects of 3d printing: It was actually posted last year but is still a great explanation of the technology and […]

Tech Tuesday: Nanocoat your smartphone & use it to capture the Olympics

This week on News 1130 Radio in Vancouver, I talked about these topics: Nanocoat your Smartphone: A California company, Liquipel, will make your smartphone (mostly) waterproof with a nanocoating that […]