Yes it’s true — we built up BITBALL backstage at ZDF Wetten, dass..? on 14th of August in Augsburg and Boris Becker played a virtual tennis match against Sandra Riess. Hey, and are these guys Michelle Hunziker and Michael Bublé? (Sorry for the shaky cam, we had to act fast!)
BITBALL is turning 1 these days and that’s a perfect occasion to finally present the last episode of the BITBALL resources series.
Our Recipe Dshini is wall mounted and it’s a bit tricky to access the inner parts. As we wanted to make reprogramming the Arduino a bit easier we mounted an USB extension right into the body. Now we are able to access the board from outside. :)
Today I want to introduce our latest project: the Recipe Dshini. It is an Arduino driven, database enabled, built-of-old-parts, easy-to-use, retro-steamy, Wallace & Gromit-ish recipe printer — FTW! Continue reading
Today I will write just a few lines concerning artwork and music of BITBALL. Continue reading
In this part of BITBALL resources I will write some lines of how we tried to support our BITBALL event with a glowing and talking cube. Continue reading
With this article I will start a series of 4 to give you some insights and all resources. This should give you the possibility to build and improve BITBALL yourself in context of Creative Commons — it’s entirely open source :) Continue reading