WHAT WE'VE MADE
I am working on a project to make a photo booth for my wedding in march.
Using an old polaroid cam from the 80's, 3d printer, Teagueduino kit ,and a duracell mini usb battery.
Yes the polaroid does have a timer function but that is far too easy and no fun, besides I am incorporating a laser activated switch =)
Will update this as I progress wedding is on the 31st of march so I better move on it.
Button 2 = Wrong Button
The little hand tells you if you are right or wrong.
Teagueduino aims to bring the exciting world of interactive explorations, prototyping, and art to the broader creative community of designers, builders, artists, students, teachers, tinkerers, thinkers, and makers!
Teagueduino was brought to life thanks to the help of project backers on Kickstarter.
Here's the original Teagueduino video. View the complete list of backers below.
Teagueduino comes from a long line of hacks and experiments within Teague's design studio and across the greater open source Arduino/Freeduino community. While the more engineering-minded among us have been quick to dive into Arduino, it has become increasingly clear that Arduino is still too technical and daunting for the majority of other creative types just getting started. Teagueduino is our first major step toward an embedded development stepping-stone that makes building projects simple, while exposing key details (such as code syntax, electrical signal values, and physical hardware integration) that provide a scaffolding for learning more advanced systems and tools.
The Teagueduino editor makes using Teagueduino super easy. Code and signals are viewed in realtime — what you see is exactly what's on the board. Since each code instruction is chosen from a dropdown menu, there's no worry of breaking your program or writing things that don't compile (although, there's still plenty of room for debugging when something isn't quite what you intended). There's also a pointer to show you where your your program is currently executing (super handy for catching infinite loops)... and via Teagueduino's realtime interpretter, you can even edit your program while it's running!
The Teagueduino board integrates with the Teensy++ 2.0 microprocessor, providing full USB integration for communication, 4k of EEPROM (program memory for the realtime interpreter), and a very small package size. And since the core processor of Teagueduino is Arduino-capable, users that grow beyond the limits of the system are encouraged to repurpose the board as an Arduino via the Teensyduino add-on.
Teagueduino was brought to life thanks to the help of backers on Kickstarter providing $76,697 and tons of encouragement to get the project off the ground. View the complete list of backers below; we couldn't have done it without each and every one of them!