Lazer Tag gear I'm so heavily invested in. So I searched the web and taught myself through many of the great on-line tutorials recources that's out there.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
- which has been actually pretty intense. So I'd thought I'd take a quick timeout from coding on the Arduino to bring everyone up to speed.
ZOMBIE SENSOR - This project has been known as the FERAL IR SENSOR - it will get a formal name change soon. Last summer the "Mark I" version was used extensively at TagFest. I've been working on some updates to help improve upon the "Mark I" and it's looking really nice. I'll be making an announcement soon about this, along with a video to show off what's different.
Monday, March 24, 2014
The dates for TagFest 2014 has been set for July 10 - 12 near Eugene Oregon. TagFest is a multi-day Lazer Tag event where we play in the Oregon woods. Come and have fun and meet other Lazer Tag enthusiasts. Sign up here on the official Facebook page. For more information and to ask questions, visit this Facebook page.
Monday, March 3, 2014
If you are looking for a way to do computerized hosting of complicated Lazer Tag games, then check out Riley McArdle's site, Lazer Swarm. He has the Lazer Swarm Command Center. This hooks up to a laptop to create fully customizable games and is now on sale for $150. Here's a demonstration video...
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Labels: Feral IR Sensor