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  • 2011
    • August
      • Ikea Dioder with Wireless Xbee Modification
        08/24/11
        Hello everyone! As you know I've been working on a wireless Xbee-based home automation system designed to dim conventional lighting through dimmers installed inside walls. This can be found on the Seblectric website at seblectric.com.

        Some people have asked me whether I can make a m

  • 2010
    • May
      • Update on the RGB LED Board!
        05/23/10
        I know it's been a while, but I finally managed to write a post about the LED board. It contains 25 RGB LEDs, driven by 5 dimming LED controllers. The brain is an ATMega8 which takes care of reading from the SD Card, as well as accepting USB data through the FT232. I wrote a program in C# which

    • March
      • Exciting project
        03/24/10


        Above is a 3d model of the PCB I'm currently getting professionally produced as a prototype. Once I have it soldered, I will put up pictures and videos of it working.

        It is a tile of 24x24cm consisting of 25 RGB LEDs. It has a USB connection, an Atmel Microcontroller as w

      • Long awaited update: now 49 RGB LEDs - a 7x7 matrix!
        03/23/10
        Sorry for the long delays but finally here is an update to my project. There is a short teaser video below as well. First some construction pictures:





        The LEDs are stuck to a piece of 70x70 cm plywood. I have etched 5 new PCBS myself. Each PCB can drive 10 RGB LEDs,

    • February
      • Quick update
        02/15/10
        I would just like to clarify that the board you see below is just a PROTOTYPE and my final display will have LEDs on cloth, on which I'm currently working. I'm planning on posting another update in the coming days/week.

        Questions can always be mailed to me

    • January
      • 25 RGB LEDs!
        01/23/10
        Well, it's time for another update! As I explained earlier, my plan is to eventually have RGB LEDs stuck to a large piece of cloth (maybe 2.5x2.5 meters), and being able to fold these pieces of cloth for easy transportation. Since this requires a bit more work, and getting the right cloth etc.,

      • RGB LED Display Update
        01/18/10
        I just came back from my friend Noel who has helped me a lot to get the PCB making process work perfectly each time. I have completely redesigned the board, and etched a total of 5 of these boards. I am going to solder them and provide another update here. After that, I can run 25 RGB LEDs :), one s

      • LED Display Part 1
        01/16/10
        This is my first post about my RGB LED display. It has been designed and built completely from scratch and allows for dimming of RGB LEDs.

        Currently there are only 5 RGB LEDs, but this will expand to at least 100 RGB LEDs in the near future, as I get more circuit boards done. Some photos

  • 2009
    • November
      • NLP Master Steve Boyley visiting Malta
        11/04/09
        On the 20th, 21st, 22nd November 2009, NLP master Steve Boyley will be visiting Malta. For more information about this event and how to register, please visit http://www.upyourbrain.com

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  • 2008
    • July
      • Toronto 2008
        07/03/08
        On the 26th of June 2008 I went to Toronto, Canada with my father. When we got there we both felt pretty tired so after we went to a bar and had a drink we went to sleep in our hotel. The next day we made a reservation to have dinner at the CN Tower, which was the world's tallest free-standing