The day after we managed to get both our inner and outer circuits working, it was time to install the final bit of lighting on the jukebox: the strips to illuminate the record player. Continue reading “The Jukebox: Lights Part Two”
I originally designed the control board in Fritzing. I went through a few designs before settling on the single board concept that I ended up sticking with. Continue reading “The Jukebox: Control Board”
While we were working on other set pieces (lockers for a locker room scene) I was working by myself on tests for the jukebox lighting system. Continue reading “The Jukebox: Lights Part One”
Since the beginning of January of this year, I have spent most of my weekends at my High School’s wood shop constructing a jukebox to be used as a set piece for the school’s production of Grease! this March. Continue reading “The Jukebox: The Beginning”
When I was a Freshman in high school, I covered Coldplay’s Clocks on piano for an event called “Coffee House,” which is basically an open mic night. Right before I should have hit the bridge, the piano started to roll away. I was quite angry for the rest of the night, but the audience was amused. Here is the video of that performance. Continue reading “Clocks At Coffee House”
I have been using the PowerVault MD1000 in my lab for just over two years now, and I have one important piece of advice for anyone considering it. Continue reading “A Tip on Using the Dell PowerVault MD1000”
I recently came across a video that I saw a few years back. I don’t know why I never tried to play it before, but this time I looked around online for the game, and gave it a shot.
After buying a refurbished R710 on eBay for my lab, I ran into some issues with the included SAS6i/r. The first issue was that the original card was completely DOA. I had that replaced under warranty, and then the real fun began.