The next meeting of Dorkbot DC is this Wednesday at Provisions Library. Speakers include R. Mark Adams who’ll be presenting his work on “Auralizing DNA,” i.e. using data from the human genome to “auralize biologically-meaningful forms in new and interesting ways. Somewhere between a scientific technique and Musique concrète is a new fascinating realm to explore.”
Also Jon Singer of the Joss Research Institute will be talking about inexpensive and easily-constructed DIY ultraviolet lasers. And I will be bringing my latest toy, a WowWee R/C FlyTech DragonFly, to show off. Hope to see DC-area Street Techies there.
For more information and a link to directions, see our DC page on the Dorkbot.org website.