Yesterday I presented at Loveland CreatorSpace’s Make Show and Tell hosted by Aleph Objects. As always, I was impressed by everybody’s projects. There was a decent non-member showing as well as the word is getting out about LCS. By the way, we have a physical space now.

Talking about the CryptoCape
Talking about the CryptoCape

Midway through the show-and-tell we receive a tour of Aleph Objects and saw the massive 3D printer array, which is printing parts for more 3D printers. Aleph gives tours frequently so if you are in the Northern Colorado area, you should really check it out.

The early cryptocape.  Made on a prototype SparkFun breadboard
The early cryptocape. Made on a prototype SparkFun breadboard

I was there talking about the CryptoCape and I had brought the first prototype with me. The board has certainly come a long way and there is plenty more to do. I really wanted a crypto board that was hacker-friendly and could be extended in various projects. I keep thinking about new ways to use the cape and I think it’s going to be a lot of fun for people.

In other news, tomorrow is Arduino Day. Swing by SparkFun and pick up some discount Arduinos! I have my eyes set on the pro Minis.

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