29 Sep '15, 4pm

Gathering the Hacking Community of Zurich

There were far too many projects to list everything here, but [Thibault ‘s] Bit Shift project really caught my eye. This project has several panels daisy chained together with layers of blue thermochromatic pigment on top of white primer.Each panel is a PCB, a heat pad controlled in a timed heating sequence powered by ATtinys. After each panel heats up, there is a 20 second delay before the next panel heats up. When the blue thermochromatic pigment reaches 37°c it turns transparent, and the white undercoating shows through. As the square cools down, the transparent pigment turns blue again. You can catch the

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/09/29/hackaday-meetup-zurich/

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