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keff_in_sg

Hi fans in Singapore,

I'm sure there are many of us here. Msg me, it would be nice to meet up and share our gizmos and projects over kopi and kaya toast.

Msg lah, don't shy.

Keff


keff_in_sg

Thanks for starting the Arduino Users Map Mowcius !

After fiddling a bit I managed to place myself on it. It might be helpful for noobs like me if you could add a few instructions like:

  • Sign in using Gmail account

  • Inserted a Placemap

  • Change the default Placemap avatar to the "outline-of-person" avatar





Cheers,
K

mowcius


Thanks for starting the Arduino Users Map Mowcius !

After fiddling a bit I managed to place myself on it. It might be helpful for noobs like me if you could add a few instructions like:

  • Sign in using Gmail account

  • Inserted a Placemap

  • Change the default Placemap avatar to the "outline-of-person" avatar





Cheers,
K


Well I did have the instructions in the info box then people kept changing it...

emantos

Hi .. anybody still here? I'm a long time arduino user, from the Philippines,
and now in Singapore.

Anybody here still active in Arduino development?

mowcius


kopiohh


Hi fans in Singapore,

I'm sure there are many of us here. Msg me, it would be nice to meet up and share our gizmos and projects over kopi and kaya toast.

Msg lah, don't shy.

Keff

Hi, Im interested to start an arduino proj. whr do you buy yours in sg?


keff_in_sg

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Dec 29, 2011, 03:44 am Last Edit: Dec 29, 2011, 03:53 am by keff_in_sg Reason: 1
Hey guys,

Sorry I have distracted lately (got obsessed by 3d printing) and havent been checking the forums.

BillHo is right, there are those 2 suppliers. Not sure if any more sprang up tho.

Kopiohh, yes I have gotten stuff from both Robots R Us and SgBotics. Both are very customer oriented. Sometimes you might have a little better offer from one or the other, so it pays to check both prices before you buy.

Intially I bought 3 Unos because I wanted to make sure I could start with something reliable. But soon I found that making your own boards is much easier than it sounds, waaaay cheaper, and much more fun/satisfying. About the biggest cost would be the Atmega, and that is about 6 bucks? I think you can make your own extra boards for $8 to 10 easily.

After u get your first board, had so much fun that you want to make more stand alones, I can point u in the right direction.

Keff

BillHo

Hi keff,
How is your 3d printing getting along? what system you are using? reprep?

mharkus

Hello guys,

It's really nice to see that there's an arduino interest group here in SG. I bought my Diecimila back in 2009 but haven't really made anything useful out of it. I just followed the samples and tutorials from arduino.cc. I've been working as an Android dev for the last 2 years and the announcement of ADK got me excited again in using Arduino. I'll be glad if we can have some kind of meetup soon.
Android + Arduino rocks

BillHo

Hi mharkus,
What is your progress on the android dev? I'm dev android too.

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