Circuit Hacking Monday

From Noisebridge
(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(Previous Workshops)
Line 37: Line 37:
  
 
=== Previous Workshops ===
 
=== Previous Workshops ===
[https://www.noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Circuit_Hacking_Monday&oldid=2577 2008-12-08]
+
*[https://www.noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Circuit_Hacking_Monday&oldid=2577 2008-12-08]
[https://www.noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Circuit_Hacking_Monday&oldid=2483 2008-11-24]
+
*[https://www.noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Circuit_Hacking_Monday&oldid=2483 2008-11-24]

Revision as of 23:27, 14 December 2008


Contents

What? Where?

Come by 83c Wiese St from 8-10PM on Monday December 15 for a cooperative workshop on circuit hacking.

Topics

As interest warrants:

  • soldering (everything from through-hole to SMD rework)
  • breadboarding
  • powering your circuit (bench power supplies, ATX hacking, batteries)
  • making LEDs blink and fade
  • using AVR / Arduino / Boarduino to make circuits easier
  • using oscilloscopes / multimeters to debug circuits
  • reverse engineering circuits
  • Designing PCBs using GEDA

Who?

Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level. If you have never made a circuit before and have no idea where to start, bring $20 to cover materials cost for a Brain Machine kit and build it.

Why?

Please come with an idea, or a question, or a circuit you want to hack. Research ideas on the Internet ahead of time and come put them into practice!

What can I bring to help?

  • multimeters (we have just 2 at 83c)
  • Arduino / clones
  • USB - serial dongle for your Arduino
  • breadboards
  • 9V batteries (a bulk donation would be great)

I am a blank slate! What should I do?

  • make an Arduino fade an RGB LED in varying color patterns.
  • make an Arduino illuminate a 3x3 LED matrix in varying shapes.
  • build an IR -> visible LED transducer and reverse-engineer the Picco-Z Microhelicopter remote control
  • reverse engineer the LED sign circuitry donated by ACCRC
  • build a test circuit for one of our RepRap boards

Previous Workshops

Personal tools