Bike Lights Workshop

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[http://bit.ly/YNvAUf Bill o' Materials]
 
[http://bit.ly/YNvAUf Bill o' Materials]
 
Generally led by [https://noisebridge.net/wiki/User:The_merlin Merlin], but anybody is welcome to teach. Also, would love to have guest teachers for extra spiffy touches (bike-powered energy source, POV hacks, ...).
 
  
 
First held 4/19/13!
 
First held 4/19/13!
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* Start time 7pm   
 
* Start time 7pm   
 
* We'll go tronning around town, after! Show off your lights and give them a trial run. :)
 
* We'll go tronning around town, after! Show off your lights and give them a trial run. :)
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Generally led by [https://noisebridge.net/wiki/User:The_merlin Merlin], but anybody is welcome to teach. Also, would love to have guest teachers for extra spiffy touches (bike-powered energy source, POV hacks, ...).

Revision as of 23:16, 24 June 2013

Hack nights to create your own set of bike lights! They are:

  • Cheap - $10-15 suggested donation for parts
  • Durable - water- and shock-resistant, and easily repaired at Noisebridge
  • Un-stealable - mounted to the bike chassis, not desirable to bike thieves, nor easily removable
  • Gorgeous - bright, custom-colored, custom-designed
  • Easy - you may pick up a little soldering skill; the rest is your kindergarten class on glue guns and stickers

I'm currently looking for a good name for these... D.I.Lights? Tantalights? Help me pick something :)

Bill o' Materials

First held 4/19/13! Next one coming up, 6/30/13!

  • Church classroom, at the back of Noisebridge
  • $10-15 suggested donation for materials
  • Start time 7pm
  • We'll go tronning around town, after! Show off your lights and give them a trial run. :)

Generally led by Merlin, but anybody is welcome to teach. Also, would love to have guest teachers for extra spiffy touches (bike-powered energy source, POV hacks, ...).

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