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[https://plus.google.com/+HennerZeller/posts That is me]
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[https://github.com/hzeller on Github]; [https://plus.google.com/+HennerZeller/posts on G+]
  
Software hacker (C, C++), Hardware hacker (mostly Atmel microcontrollers, next step FPGAs). Have a CNC machine ''almost'' ready to use :)
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Software hacker (C, C++), Hardware hacker (mostly general digital electronics, Atmel microcontrollers, next step will be FPGAs). Have a CNC machine at home operating with my [https://github.com/hzeller/beagleg own motor controller software]
 
A little bit of woodworking (building my own furniture).
 
A little bit of woodworking (building my own furniture).
  
 
Espresso addict.
 
Espresso addict.
  
I like to play with LEDs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZglGuMaKvpY
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I like to play with LEDs<br/>
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like writing this [https://github.com/hzeller/rpi-rgb-led-matrix rpi-rgb-led-matrix software] to control cheap RGB LED matrices with the Raspberry Pi (http://youtu.be/ZglGuMaKvpY)<br/>
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.. or was involved in the [https://twitter.com/noisebridge/status/734451170090049536 award winning] Noisebridge [[Flaschen_Taschen]] (Code [https://github.com/hzeller/flaschen-taschen here])<br/>
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.. or the resulting http://spixels.org/ code and PCB to control up to 16 SPI RGB LED strips.
  
One of my current projects is to build a controller for 3D printers as a cape for Beaglebone Black https://plus.google.com/explore/BeagleG
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One of my current projects is to build a controller for 3D printers, CNC machines and laser cutters: The [https://github.com/hzeller/beagleg BeagleG software] and a [https://github.com/hzeller/bumps cape] for the Beaglebone Black.
  
Here are some pictures I took on the [https://www.flickr.com/photos/hzeller/sets/72157631076753012/ Noisebridge Toorcamp tour 2012]
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Useful for making PCBs is my [http://ldgraphy.org/ LDGraphy] project. There is also of [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9-JK2Nc7w0 a video of it in action].
  
I am rarely at NB physically mostly because derailing local politics seem to have favored all kinds social constructs ''except'' local Hacker culture. Many hackers are gone by now :(.
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For Noisebridge I made the [https://github.com/hzeller/rfid-access-control RFID reader system] that gets you into Noisebridge.
Maybe this can be fixed. I want to help install an RFID reader to help keep the door shut in certain times and grant access to the ones that hack.
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Also a running Noisebridge project is the [https://github.com/hzeller/stuff-org electronic parts organization tool]: https://parts.noisebridge.net/
  
So let's get the bureaucracy done - Guess I need to be in the Applicant Category then to get the needed sponsorship hanging out there without someone watching me :) So, whoever knows me and likes me to hang out more often, can you give a little note as described in [[Membership#Associate_Members|the Associate Membership description]] ?
 
  
So, vouch here :)
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Here are some pictures I took at the [https://www.flickr.com/photos/hzeller/sets/72157631076753012/ Noisebridge Toorcamp tour 2012]
 
 
* [[User:Jake|Jake]]
 
* [[User:JeffreyATW/Endorsements#Hzeller|JeffreyATW]]
 
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Latest revision as of 06:08, 29 September 2019

on Github; on G+


Software hacker (C, C++), Hardware hacker (mostly general digital electronics, Atmel microcontrollers, next step will be FPGAs). Have a CNC machine at home operating with my own motor controller software A little bit of woodworking (building my own furniture).

Espresso addict.

I like to play with LEDs
like writing this rpi-rgb-led-matrix software to control cheap RGB LED matrices with the Raspberry Pi (http://youtu.be/ZglGuMaKvpY)
.. or was involved in the award winning Noisebridge Flaschen_Taschen (Code here)
.. or the resulting http://spixels.org/ code and PCB to control up to 16 SPI RGB LED strips.

One of my current projects is to build a controller for 3D printers, CNC machines and laser cutters: The BeagleG software and a cape for the Beaglebone Black.

Useful for making PCBs is my LDGraphy project. There is also of a video of it in action.

For Noisebridge I made the RFID reader system that gets you into Noisebridge. Also a running Noisebridge project is the electronic parts organization tool: https://parts.noisebridge.net/


Here are some pictures I took at the Noisebridge Toorcamp tour 2012


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