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Jasmine

Hackaday Projects Community Manager - Costume maker, Burner, Brit.

Pasadena, California

Followers 53 Following 192 Projects 2 Skulls 28
Who I am

If you have feedback for the site, please leave it on the feedback project. That way the team can see and act quickly: http://hackaday.io/project/37-Feedback---Hackaday-Projects
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As of April 2014, I am Hackaday Projects Community Manager. Get in touch with me if you have any questions or need help.

Before moving to sunny SoCal from the UK, I managed the V&A Museum Exhibitions websites and the British Red Cross Online Shop. In 2012 I also completed a diploma in Theatrical Costume Making.

Why I'm on Projects

I love being around people who make things, reuse and re-purpose items. Projects allows me to see what people are up to, and will let me collaborate and document.

My Projects
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Glow Jacket

by Jasmine

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Crunchy Crafters

by Jasmine

Projects I contribute to
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HackASpace

by Ben Delarre

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Hackaday Projects

by Mike Szczys

Things i've Built

Cycle Powered Cinema

In 2007 we helped http://www.magnificentrevolution.org take the Cycle Powered Cinema to the Big Chill festival (UK) and other events. 10 volunteers pedal to power the projector and sound system.

Polar Bear Coat

Sewn on Playa for Burning Man 2004. Includes parachute lining and EL wire in hood. I bought the long pile faux fur after seeing similar (non-glowing) coats on SF's Haight Street selling for $$$. This coat has kept me warm year after year.

Illuminatrix

Illuminatrix is a one meter square LED matrix that has been shown at BurningMan festivals and other events in 2010. See http://cwd.co.uk/illuminatrix/ for more info and to create animations in the web based editor.

The Diodome

An interactive light installation originally conceived for Burning Man 2013. 300+ individually controlled LEDs, a beautiful cover over an 18ft geodesic dome creates an interactive 3D surface of light. https://www.facebook.com/diodomeart

Projects I Like & Follow
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Hackaday Cherry MX Keycaps

by Benchoff

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Divergence

by Afrdt

0 3 5
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Articulated torso with arms

by Kenji Larsen

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Circuit Knitting

by Jesse Seay

3 6 3
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Timelapse rig

by Swisswilson

0 6 0
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LED Gems

by Dean Gouramanis

1 1 0
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neighborhood watch

by Chris

0 1 0
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Old speaker turned UV box

by Edward Borg

Bits

Kenji Larsen wrote 10 days ago null point

Thanks for the skull and the follow! And thanks for all your hard work on hackaday.io!

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Jasmine wrote 10 days ago null point

Thank you very much Kenji.

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fl@C@ wrote a month ago null point

Hi Jasmine, I just wanted to say thanks to you and everyone for this opportunity!! I am very excited to be a part of it!

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Jasmine wrote a month ago null point

We are really excited that you are part of it, otherwise we wouldn't have featured you on http://hackaday.com/2014/06/05/thp-hacker-bio-flc/. Keep up the good work.

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Hari Wiguna wrote a month ago null point

Jasmine, I wanted to thank you for your efforts in making hackaday.io even better. However, I did not see a reply button on your post. :-( So I clicked your name and say thanks here. :-)

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Jasmine wrote a month ago null point

Hello Hari. Thanks for the thanks. It's lovely to hear. We're glad you found us and are really happy to see your projects.

Regarding reply - We need to put the reply under all comments, but for the time being you can use the reply under the original message (in this case your original message). We will fix this soon.

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ben.phenoptix wrote a month ago null point

Thanks for the comment on the MeArm! Was able to add it to the contest ok. Just need to make it connected now...
The Science Museum was great and the Antenna Team looked after me well. Don't know how much cross pollination there was between the V&A and science museum but it must have been great to work in that area. That said not sure I'd ever get anything done with so much amazing stuff within so little space with the Science Museum, V&A and Natural History so close together!

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Jasmine wrote a month ago null point

No worries. Glad you got MeArm in. Yes, emphasise the connectedness of it.
Yep, lunchtimes were great, and work hours weren't too bad either. It is lovely to see behind the scenes at those places. Good luck with everything.

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Hackaday wrote 5 months ago null point

http://projects.hackaday.com/event/2 / 6PM tomorrow at The Blind Donkey

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