Second monitor for twice the derp!
So what was that fuss about with cleaning the room with fiberglass dust and playing with solar panels?
The answer is boats. Badass solar-electric boats.
I joined a club that builds a single-person boat and enters it in an international competition called Solar Splash. I will be working with a large motor, those solar panels, and lots of of batteries. On top of that, I will be building a current and voltage monitoring/data logging system using an Arduino. Things just got more fun :D
No mask. I wasn’t told it was there so I wasn’t prepared for it :/
It’s all good now. Clothes are finally wearable.
6-second exposure makes dark shadows visible and a dim security lamp into blinding sunlight.
I wanted pie today. There was no pie available. This is troublesome.
In other news: I am recovering from a cold (which is more troublesome than a lack of pie) and I might get to order some really expensive components with money that isn’t mine in the next few days (which is far more awesome than the availability of pie).
There will be more info later, as I must now sleep.
Know what sucks? Getting fiberglass dust all over your clothes.
Know what didn’t suck? The vacuum cleaner that was supposed to clean up all the fiberglass dust before I had to work in the room.
Know what sucks more? Not being told about the fact the dust contained fiberglass until AFTER I got it on me.
Now I am down a pair of jeans, a shirt, and a sweater, as they are impregnated with the infernal little glass fibers and are nearly unwearable because of the prickly itchy effect. Washing them has reduced the problem but it could take MANY times through the wash before they are clean enough to wear, if ever.
Good news from all these shenanigans is that there was progress made in organizing the room, which should begin to show up here in the next couple days. For now it will be secret as to what the room is for or what will happen inside it…