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During the weekend of February 22nd from 7pm Friday till 7pm Sunday, several K-LUG members participated in The Deconstruction 2013, a 48 hour Maker/Hacker challenge...from their website"
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During the weekend of February 22nd from 7pm Friday till 7pm Sunday, several K-LUG members participated in [http://thedeconstruction.org The Deconstruction 2013], a 48 hour Maker/Hacker challenge...from their website:
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"The Deconstruction is about re-thinking the world as we know it, taking it apart, making a few adjustments, then putting it back together a little awesomer-er.  It’s a light-hearted competition/ game, but it’s really more of a large-scale collaboration between friends, teams, and the public. The concept is to make the world a slightly better, more fun, and more interesting place over 48 hours. The event is open to anyone, anywhere, of any age and skill level."
 
"The Deconstruction is about re-thinking the world as we know it, taking it apart, making a few adjustments, then putting it back together a little awesomer-er.  It’s a light-hearted competition/ game, but it’s really more of a large-scale collaboration between friends, teams, and the public. The concept is to make the world a slightly better, more fun, and more interesting place over 48 hours. The event is open to anyone, anywhere, of any age and skill level."
  

Revision as of 22:15, 20 March 2013

K-LUG and The Deconstruction 2013

During the weekend of February 22nd from 7pm Friday till 7pm Sunday, several K-LUG members participated in The Deconstruction 2013, a 48 hour Maker/Hacker challenge...from their website:

"The Deconstruction is about re-thinking the world as we know it, taking it apart, making a few adjustments, then putting it back together a little awesomer-er. It’s a light-hearted competition/ game, but it’s really more of a large-scale collaboration between friends, teams, and the public. The concept is to make the world a slightly better, more fun, and more interesting place over 48 hours. The event is open to anyone, anywhere, of any age and skill level."

Our team created three projects...a Japanese style Tea Lantern, a PVC Bike Trailer and the Recyclotron Can Crusher

In case you missed it, our competition video (which had to be 5 mins or less) is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCHQqMoU4Jg

and bonus can crusher footage (now with even more can crushing action) can be seen here: http://youtu.be/oezwb7DVCtQ

The project was picked from over 60 teams as one of the top 6 faves of Wired.Com magazine...see the whole article here: http://www.wired.com/design/2013/02/the-desconstruction-recap/

The Team consisted of...