Laser Etching At Gizmodo Gallery

I haven’t been able to sit down and write anything because of class, apartment hunting, and my current living situation. However, I see more blogging happening this week. That is If you’re all good little boys and girls and there’s no acting up on the drive home. I swear to god I will turn this car around god damnit.

Last week I attended the second annual Gizmodo Gallery. Gizmodo showcases some of todays more interesting fringe technology, along with some old classics. There were painting robots, a 3d printer, and of course the obligatory 103 inch plasma tv tooting Halo in the back.

Phil Torrone with AdaFruit was kind enough to lend his time, and his laser etcher to Gizmodo fans looking for a cheap way to score an etched gadget. I brought my macbook pro. There was a small donation fee (25 bucks down from 100) all of which went towards Engineers Without Boarders. My friend CNTGZ really fucking pulled through last minute and designed an amazing Guatama Buddha for me.

Here are the results:


thanks to CNTGZ, Phil from Adafruit, and everyone at Gizmodo. wadup!

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5 responses to “Laser Etching At Gizmodo Gallery

  1. oh thats awesome

  2. Killer! I’ve never heard of the term Guantama Buddha…I looked it up and apparently it’s the story of prince Siddhartha, first to become a Buddha and creator of Buddhism

    good choice of the “do not fear” mudra gesture

  3. thanks Theresa, good insight Jules.

  4. That CNTGZ! What a character!

  5. Wow! Really cool. Good choice.

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