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'[AD] My work at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition'
2007\06\23@000400 by Peter Todd

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For those Toronto area piclisters I'll have my work on display at the
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition being held at Nathan Philips Square July
6th, 7th and 8th. I'll be at the north east corner of the square in the
student section. Every work on my website will be on display as well as
some brand new works. Pricing will be $75 and up, cash or cheque.


And as a special engineers bonus offer... First piclister to spot a
rigged demo gets a free "Recurring Moment"!

Note:

(1) I might actually get everything done on time...

(2) I haven't finished said Recurring Moment artwork...


I'd love to meet some of you guys in person, hope to see you there.

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2007\06\23@103841 by Rolf

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<insert mild expletive>

I would love to come down (I work around the corner...), but I am in
Denmark over that time period. That simply sucks.

Hope it goes well.

Rolf

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2007\06\27@160803 by Peter Todd

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On Sat, Jun 23, 2007 at 10:38:40AM -0400, Rolf wrote:
> <insert mild expletive>
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> I would love to come down (I work around the corner...), but I am in
> Denmark over that time period. That simply sucks.

Well, and anyone else for that matter, are free to come by some other
time, my studio spaces (my art and tools are scattered amoung three...)
are all along Queen St west...

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2007\06\27@170719 by Marc Nicholas

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I'll come by...I seem to recall seeing some of your OCAD work?

-marc

On 6/26/07, Peter Todd <spam_OUTpeteTakeThisOuTspampetertodd.ca> wrote:
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2007\06\27@170732 by Marc Nicholas

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(Your exhibit that is...not your studios!)

-marc

On 6/27/07, Marc Nicholas <.....geekythingKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com> wrote:
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'[AD] My work at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition'
2007\07\08@195314 by Randy Glenn
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I was lucky enough to make it down today to see some of Peter's work,
which was quite impressive. The light recorder, I thought, was
particularly interesting. If you get a chance to look at his work,
definitely do so, or at least take a look at his website.

I didn't spot the rigged demo, though - the spiral clock seemed to be
without power, but that was about it.

-Randy

On 6/23/07, Peter Todd <.....peteKILLspamspam.....petertodd.ca> wrote:
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2007\07\10@014203 by Peter Todd

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On Sun, Jul 08, 2007 at 07:53:10PM -0400, Randy Glenn wrote:
> I was lucky enough to make it down today to see some of Peter's work,
> which was quite impressive. The light recorder, I thought, was
> particularly interesting. If you get a chance to look at his work,
> definitely do so, or at least take a look at his website.

Thanks!

Speaking of the Light Recorder... Sometime last year I remember someone
asking about the Cholesteric LCD screen I use in them. Well, just want
to say they seem to work great, are available in small quantities, and
go for around $100 for a 320x240 screen, quantity one. Just make you you
don't get one of their older screens, the interface to them is overly
complex and a real pain to work with, I never figured it out myself. The
SPI interface ones I use are pretty simple though, much more like
conventional LCD screens.

GPLed source code to drive them as well as electrical schematics, pcb
layouts and the like, is available at my monotone server, mtn.pkt.io,
under the io.pkt.art.light-recorder branch; or just ask me.

My only complaint really is one of the three lcd screens I'm using seems
to have a dead column. It's mostly dark, except for a ~15 pixel high
"roving" band of normal pixels. Don't know if I just got unlucky or
what.

> I didn't spot the rigged demo, though - the spiral clock seemed to be
> without power, but that was about it.

Maybe I'll make a great salesman one day... :)

The Alternate Pace work, Meter Clock, and Spiral Clock were all rigged
demo's to some extent. Spiral Clock was actually off as I need to recut
the spiral as that little ball gets stuck in the inner part of the
spiral. With Alternate Pace I manged to get epoxy on all the switches on
both instances I made. Fortunately the backup super-caps powering the
RTC were working very well, so I never had to set the time! Finally with
the Meter Clock I had it fixed by the time you saw it, but on the first
day I had finished up the wiring just before getting to the art show and
found I'd both bought MTA-100 connectors rather than Molex KK, and when
I did it with wire-wrap instead and mixed up hours and minutes. So I just
let lots of little kids play with it (gotta love anti-vandal buttons) so
the time would never be right anyway...

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