BrachioGraph is the world's cheapest, simplest pen-plotter (€12.50 for all parts, including a Raspberry Pi). It's powered by Python and constructed from household items, assembled using basic tools and glue.
In this workshop, we'll build the machine, install the software to run it - and get plotting.
All the instructions and software are detailed at https://www.brachiograph.art/tutorial/index.html, and that's what we'll follow in the workshop.
Session author bios
Daniele is a Director of Engineering at Canonical, where he leads documentation practice across the whole organisation. He is the author of the Diátaxis documentation framework. He has been involved in open-source communities for many years, as a contributor and organiser: Python, Django and especially the African open-source software movement.
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