Category Archives: Objects

portable cultural artifacts and art objects

Singapore Maker Faire 2015

The first full-fledged maker faire held in Singapore. Over 10,000 visitors and 200 booths. Graced by the Education Minister and Maker Media CEO Dale Dougherty. Click on any image below to see in slideshow format. Advertisements

Singapore Maker Faire 2015

The first full-fledged maker faire held in Singapore. Over 10,000 visitors and 200 booths. Graced by the Education Minister and Maker Media CEO Dale Dougherty. Click on any image below to see in slideshow format.

Assembling the Adafruit Cupcade

Spent about two days assembling the Adafruit Cupcade as a gift for a friend. Some soldering and fiddling around with the command line is required. I ordered the kit online. You have to provide the Raspberry Pi though, more specifically

Assembling the Adafruit Cupcade

Spent about two days assembling the Adafruit Cupcade as a gift for a friend. Some soldering and fiddling around with the command line is required. I ordered the kit online. You have to provide the Raspberry Pi though, more specifically

Proposal for Singapore maker faire – the “Neobombe”

So some of my friends and I (our group has a name – “Art Makes Us“) decided to take part in the Maker Faire in Singapore this year. It will be held a primary school in Tampines sometime early July.

Proposal for Singapore maker faire – the “Neobombe”

So some of my friends and I (our group has a name – “Art Makes Us“) decided to take part in the Maker Faire in Singapore this year. It will be held a primary school in Tampines sometime early July.

The making of the “yes-no” box

I was given a mysterious job at work from the very top management in my company. I was asked to make a simple communication device that merely says “yes” or “no” with a single button. A longer press means “no”

The making of the “yes-no” box

I was given a mysterious job at work from the very top management in my company. I was asked to make a simple communication device that merely says “yes” or “no” with a single button. A longer press means “no”

Hacking a wii sensor bar

So I needed a wii sensor bar that looks nice enough to be deployed in a commercial installation for a big client in the USA. Previously, for a similar installation in Malaysia, it was my first time doing it, so

Hacking a wii sensor bar

So I needed a wii sensor bar that looks nice enough to be deployed in a commercial installation for a big client in the USA. Previously, for a similar installation in Malaysia, it was my first time doing it, so

hacked lightsaber

Hacking a Hasbro toy lightsaber

As part of work research, I was asked to hack a Hasbro toy lightsaber. It was the first time I tried hacking anything at all and I considered it a minor miracle that I succeeded. By hacking, I mean actually

hacked lightsaber

Hacking a Hasbro toy lightsaber

As part of work research, I was asked to hack a Hasbro toy lightsaber. It was the first time I tried hacking anything at all and I considered it a minor miracle that I succeeded. By hacking, I mean actually

The making of ‘Gramophone’

I made this gramophone in four weeks. It looks and feels like a gramophone but obviously doesn’t function exactly like one. It has a turntable and (fake) vinyl records, but it is actually a laptop in disguise. There is a

The making of ‘Gramophone’

I made this gramophone in four weeks. It looks and feels like a gramophone but obviously doesn’t function exactly like one. It has a turntable and (fake) vinyl records, but it is actually a laptop in disguise. There is a