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==Proof of Concept==
==Proof of Concept==
* [http://www.facebook.com/ext/share.php?sid=284078145436&h=SFpNT&u=HJyZM&ref=mf YouTube Video]
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3VNt2vlunk YouTube Video]
==Working Dates==
==Working Dates==

Revision as of 13:42, 21 September 2009

Omegix / Gregabyte
In Progress
Born On:
13:36, 21 September 2009 (CDT)
Last Updated:
13:42, 21 September 2009 (CDT)


Inspiration came from the Six Legged Groove Machine's portable rave party seen at Phreaknic, and the crazy steampunk contraptions people are building for events like DragonCon. Most of them look interesting, some even dispense liquid, but none of them seem to actually cool the contents.


  • 10Ft 1/4 Inch Copper Tubing (10Ft / Coil) (Home Depot, $12 for 20 ft)
  • Cylinder for shaping the coil (we used a can of baked beans)
  • Plastic Drink Reservoir (1 per coil) (We purchased two 1 gallon Snapware containers from Target, $6/each)
  • Plastic Coolant Reservoir (We purchased a square 2.5 Gallon container from Wal-Mart, $6)
  • Drill and Drill Bits (For drilling holes in the plastic containers)
  • Hack Saw (for cutting copper tubing)
  • Fish Tank Water pump (We used AC, final version will need to be DC) (Will likely purchase from Harbor Freight for $20)
  • Plastic Tubing (Home Depot, $?)
  • Dry Ice (optional. Must be 18 to purchase. Wal-mart, $6/small bag)
  • Alice frame (Army Surplus Store, $?)

Proof of Concept

Working Dates

  • Began working on this at the hackerspace meetup, 9/17 - 9/18