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What I need: exchange & Fun :)
What I need: exchange & Fun :)

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List of Homemade 2020 participants, use prename or online handle as you like. Note that any information given is publicly available.

Write about your projects and wishes, what you will bring and what you will need, what you know and want to share/present/do a workshop, what you want to learn, if you need a lift to St. Ursanne or have free space in your car, etc.

Oli J

What I do: work on sound stuff

What I bring: some synths, small mixer and PA

What I need: electronic expertise

Daniel und Flavia

What I do: we will build glowing stuff with light fibres.

What I bring: light fibre (PMMA) LEDs some used packaging stuff to use as casings

What I need: talks with others

Ralf (Cologne)

What I do: work on sound stuff (acoustic-mechanic instruments) & will experiment with self-swinging & singing monochord instruments (together with Uwe S.)

What I bring: small preamps, coils, motors, tiny instruments

What I need: exchange & approval :-)

Jay McCloud

What i do: logic

What i bring: pi-top3

What i need: command line introduction

Pei, Tobias & Niels

What we do: building robots & field recording

What we bring: some tinkering material for kids (open for all kids of course), recording devices

What we need: maybe we need some hot glue gun to share


What I do: work on MiMiPixel (Led PixelCubes), preparing new Workshops for Kids, learning IQSynth

What I bring: esp8266's, NI Maschine, axolotl

What I need: exchange & Fun :)


What I do: experiment with ideas for an installation to be called ‘Waiting for Betelgeuse’. The star will explode within the next 100 000 years or so (could be tomorrow!) and I want to capture its light to trigger a tiny explosion of a small model Betelgeuse here on Earth :-)

What I bring: telescope, light sensor, micro controller, various tinkering stuff

What I need: : ideas for, and help with, the many challenges involved in this probably impossible project