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  • OSHWA Trailblazers Fellowship

    The OSHWA Trailblazers fellowship will allow our current team to update our online documentation, including tutorials, schematics, soldering instructions, and project examples. We will also be writing a textbook with case studies from our various projects with museums, national parks, historic sites and installation artists, addressing issues around design and installation. This is all possible […]


  • Greenhouse

    Greenhouse

    Field Project by Andrea Gallegos uses the Museduino for simplified connections between sensors and actuators. View thesis paper here: SustainingGrowthdraft.pdf


  • Arduino Day 2017

    Arduino Day 2017 The Cultural Technology Development Lab will host an Arduino Day Show & Tell at the NM Museum of Natural History & Science, in Albuquerque NM. Day: Saturday April 1st Time: 10:00am-12:30pm Where: Museum Classroom #2 (subject to change) Cost: free Open Source Hardware for Exhibits & Installations 10:00-10:15 – Welcome, What is […]


  • Puppet Theater

    Puppet Theater

    Our puppet theater sample project (created for Hands of Enchantment Puppeteers in Albuquerque, NM) uses the Bluetooth LE Shield in order to control the color of the neopixel strips with the Adafruit Bluefruit LE Connect iphone/android app. The final version uses Museduino 2.0,  with 2 30-neopixel strips and 2 external power satellite boards.


  • Pneumatic Tubes

    Pneumatic Tubes

    Our pneumatic tube system is built as two stations that can send and receive messages on either end. Originally, each station housed their own arduino, but were autonomous systems, existing together but not communicating directly. The original version was built for the Santa Fe children’s museum in NM. Since then, we have redesigned our pneumatic […]