Archive for October, 2007
Last night a Magnitude 5.6 ‘tremblor’ hit the Bay area. This event was the largest earthquake to occur in the Bay area since the Loma Prieta event of 1989. Ironically I was driving a car at the time heading from downtown San Francisco into the Mission District and I didn’t feel a thing. Just […]
Unfortunately I am more artist than C programmer!
I am seeking support from a competent C programmer with some experience in industrial I/O control who would be willing to donate their time in contributing to the control interface of a hydraulically actuated earthquake shake table.
This is a not for profit machine based art project. […]
Quake Data Distribution System (QDDS) and Quake Data Merge (QDM) are two Java based applications written by USGS seismologists. Both QDDS and QDM will be used to trigger the shake table.
An alternative to using QDDS and QDM is to have a Perl script passing the following URL looking for updated events in the California - […]
Its been a week now since settling into my residency at the US Geological Survey Campus in Menlo Park. I have been given some desk space to work from and I feel fortunate with the support of my host Andy Michael that the residency is taking place.
Over the past week Andy and I discussed various […]