Good news - we're open for limited services in Wembley. Ujima House is now actively under refurbishment and we'd love your help in making the space the best it can be.
During this interim period donations and continued membership are greatly appreciated while we transition to our new space.
- Studying Music Computing at Goldsmiths
- Mostly doing software, but looking into making Arduino based instruments
Me on the Web
- codeoclock on freenode
- hugh [at] codeoclock [dot] net
I have two blogs, one for write-ups of hacks I've done, and one for general thoughts on tech.
Things I've got for sale
- 2008 2.66Ghz Macbook Pro, 4gb RAM.
- 2006 Epiphone Explorer guitar.
- A couple of switches.
Things I've got for free
- A small collection of really cool old looking voltmeters and ammeters and the like. I think they're working, but I haven't tested them.
Projects I'd like to do
Raspberry Pi Colo
I'd like to set up a small cupboard or the like as a place for members to connect up their Raspberry Pis and use them as servers for bits and bobs. I don't know exactly how many people would be interested, but if this sounds like you, get in touch on IRC.
I would very much like to start an LHS Minecraft server, I think it'd be quite fun. I'm looking into hacking up an API similar to that in Minecraft: Pi Edition.
Projects I have done
For now, the best way to see a lot of what I've done is to check my Github page.
Minecraft Pi Edition GIANT QR CODE GENERATOR
Yes, I'm a bit Minecraft obsessed at the moment, but it is pretty fun in fairness. I made a python script using the Minecraft: Pi Edition API and a QR Code library to automatically build fecking huge QR codes in Minecraft.
's the link to the project on GitHub.
Subveillance - A Subtractive Software Synthesizer in Processing
I made a synth. It works, which is a plus, but it needs a bit more work *cough*writing in a decent language*cough*. 's a link. If the mood takes you, I'd very much welcome a pull request.