In this “Saturday Salon”, we meet to make LED flames, paint the roof of the Hammock-Reactor, and construct parts of an Über-Roof for the Hammock Reactor. All in preparation for Borderland 2020.
We are using SK6812 LEDs, which you find on Aliexpress. You can also use WS2812, they are cheaper/easier. The SK6812 have an extra white channel, which we are not using for this project anyway. The microcontroller is an Arduino Micro.
Help us fluff the Clown Police!
The CP care for all of us! That’s why we want to give something back: We are going to do a daily drop of important fluff stuff to the CP HQ. Hot tea & coffee, vegan snacks & hugs… we need your ♥hearts♥ here at the S.L.A.C.K. Page on the Borderland Dreams platform to make this happen.
The Hammock Reactor is returning this year!
The Salon Leobard Research & Pseudo-Science Department has developed a radical concept to improve your hammocking experience: TOKAMAT. We’d ♥ to share this giant net that covers ¼th of the reactor with you.
You find a copy of this text as TOKAMAT dream over at The Borderland. Please give us your ♥ here!
The Hammock Reactor is returning to The Borderland!
Our Research & Pseudo-Science Department determined that we need a better source of fusion power for the reactor core and outer torus: 4320 LEDs deliver oodles of pure joy straight to your bodies and hearts.
Hammock Reactor is simultaneously a performance space and chillout zone! Bring your hammock and hang out while some good music is playing, or watch someone perform on the center-stage, or perform yourself.
This was our dream for The Borderland 2017 and we got funded and built it and did it!
Miss Inspiration was a psychedelic surreal magical Pirate Ship standing on an ocean of grass. She was forged from the inspiration of Burners in far away deserts and travels the world to bring the Burner Spirit to Spark. On her way, she travelled through the deep ocean, driven by a giant octopus and fish. Full sails rattling in the wind, a gallery to climb on, and a freaking 5 meter high antigravitational performance mast. It allowed performers to either swing through the whole length of the ship, or use the hookup point in 5 meters height for aerial art. She was a true Burners dream. She stood 13 meter long, 3 meter tall at the bridge and about 7 meter at the highest point.