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Emma-Ohnoes by brooklynmuseum May 7, 2014


3D models for Emma Ohnoes, our physical cloud infrastructure indicator: https://github.com/brooklynmuseum/emma_ohnoes.

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Details on the Arduino Yún setup and schematics are available on Github: https://github.com/brooklynmuseum/emma_ohnoes.

Print the scan of Emma-O in a transparent material--We used transparent blue PLA. For the base and lid we used an opaque black PLA but it can be any color you'd like.

The holes in the back snugly fit a cat45 cable and usb micro cable. Some cable sizes might need larger holes, feel free to adjust the design on Tinkercad: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/kVchx57TCWp-emma-ohnoes-base/edit.

The lid's upper opening can also be adjusted for different size models: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/aNXL1nowG2A-emma-ohnoes-lid/edit.

Once all the models are printed, glue Emma to the lid. We used some Gorilla glue that was laying around at NYC Resistor. Your local hackerspace may have a similar adhesive.