Phillip popped in to display some of the drone mapping and aerial video’s that he had recently taken from around the SW with his Mavik drone: https://www.maverickdrone.com/products/dji-mavic-pre-order He uses the Drone Deploy website: https://www.dronedeploy.com/ to compile a series of photos into a complete geo-referenced image.
Below is a composite photo from around Shag Rock, just West of Meelup bay near Dunsborough:
From the Shenzhen fabric markets. A bag of 30mm long potential art projects:
A $5 LED clock board and other gear from the Shenzhen electronic markets:
A CNC cut graphite sample mould:
Make Fashion electronics board that is going to be a December 2017 Kickstarter project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stitchkit-io/stitchkit-the-fashion-technology-kit-for-everyone
Most common multimeter’s can only read up to 10A, this one can read up to 20A:
Pogo pins are gold plated pins that have tiny springs inside. They are used to make contact with a printed circuit board for programming or testing them. This is a small hand held programming wand: