And thirdly, the [H] enthusiast environment bores me nowadays. I rarely ever play computer games, I don't drool over multiple video cards as I did when Voodoo2 SLI's were around, etc. My computer gets used for web, e-mail, electronics design, photography and not much else.
Diito.You sound exactly like me. I have no idea how I can lose all the interest like what I used to. Hell I don't even know whats the fastest vid cards today lol
So what is ESD? other than a linux sound dameon
You haven't read the ESD sticky up top here, filled with turths, myths and flat out lies (not necessarily in that order - the percentages of each is actually reversed) ?
How that made sticky status, I'll never understand.
Here's my electronic art links for some inspiration...So we are out of fresh material here.
830 square pieces of wood, 830 servo motors, control electronics, video camera, computer, wood frame.
Guy Marsden - Electronic Artwork - This guy used an lcd as a shipping label to mail a plastic art contest entry to Wired Magazine.In this project, a precursor to Lifeblood, I used a row of eight air tubes placed in the bottom of the water tank to write out alphanumeric symbols one at a time. The video shows a small segment of a long, poetic statement. ThinkTank is pictured here writing "AM I MAKING MYSELF CLEAR."
...The Computer sends control-signals to the robot and therefor the robot moves to a random point in the computer hardware and by contact creates a short-circuit...
With increased damage of the computer the control-signals get impaired affecting the correct function of the shock-bot and finally leading to a complete system crash.
The Lightning Organ is a musical sculpture that produces sound by controlling the audible pitches of visible electrical arcs.