Dr. Future interviewed me at Maker Faire and posted the audio and a photo on his blog- great meeting you, Dr. Future!
Luma League had a great time at Maker Faire Bay Area 2012. Here we see the results of two days of the ”Save a baby – help Luma League MAKE a bili light” demo.
Special thanks to our
Luma League VOL-LUMA-TEERS !
- Shumit !
- Penny !
- Molly !
- Art !
- Zan !
- Kimbrough !
- Michael !
- Sayuri !
- Leona ! (pictured here)
- Dante-Luc !
- Sven !
- Addison !
- Alejandro !
- Kai !
- and last but not least – my mom- Karin !
Also a big shout out to SF Brightworks for their support !
Though these boards will need to pass through Quality Assurance, LED’s installed by visitors to the booth will be making their way to Haiti and D.R. Congo within the week!
Please visit our DONATE page to help Luma League cover the costs of the Maker Faire Booth and make it possible for us to continue our efforts.
Then, take a look at the new Photo Album from Maker Faire and see exactly how much fun we had at Maker Faire!
Bruce from Tennessee saw the post on the Make Magazine blog in March and contacted me to ask if there was any way he could help. I soon found him to be a great ally. He’s interested in helping to make circuit boards for the bili lights, and after a flurry of emails back and forth, today I received the first prototype PCB (or actually “Milled Circuit Board”, as it was actually done on a CNC router) in the mail. We’re well on our way to having circuit boards that will make bili lights even simpler to produce!