Twin Cities Maker minigolf

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boltz
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Re: Twin Cities Maker minigolf

Postby boltz » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:48 am

paulsobczak wrote:Not sure where this is going to go, I think I am going to shelf it for now. Feel free to open it up and make it happen or make a hole on your own.


This is a great idea, but will probably have to simmer in the background for a while.

A mini golf course can really be a beautiful blending of art and gizmology.

It could be a win-win on several levels.

First, it's just plain fun.

Second, it could be rented out to raise money for the Hack Factory.

Third, it gives TC Maker a great way to increase it's visibility in the community. This would be great for boosting membership and eligibility for grants.

In regard to Karin's question, I think it should be entirely self-powered, whether by wind, solar, or mentos dropping into bottles of a sugary carbonated beverage from some huge corporation.

Or a hamster on a treadmill.

Or a bicycle.

Or a steam engine, fired by burning wood scraps from the shop.

-Jim Hart

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Re: Twin Cities Maker minigolf

Postby paulsobczak » Thu Jul 07, 2011 7:59 pm

Yea, perhaps we should just do one hole...

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Re: Twin Cities Maker minigolf

Postby karinf22 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:41 am

I would like to donate my shoe.


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