[Noisebridge-announce] Circuit Hacking Monday,
June 1st at Noisebridge
froggytoad at gmail.com
Mon Jun 1 12:50:43 PDT 2009
Yes Martha, there's-a Circuit Hacking today, starting at 8:30pm at
Now you can hack on any kits you happened to pick up at the Maker Faire.
Turn off TVs in public places, blink trippy colored lights, play cool
homemade games -- you can learn to do all this, and more! Learn the basics
of soldering in one session by making a kit, and in the next session go
further by programming your own devices! (I am sooo going to make one of
Rolf's cool Mignonette <http://www.mignonette-game.com/> games that I played
with at the faire!)
Many projects are available: the TV-B-Gone, Trippy RGB waves, Boarduinos (I
*really* want to help someone start a Vibro Anklet with one of these, Go
Vibro Go!), Brain Machine & glasses, and the Mignonette LED game kits, and
finally, the totally unofficial Noisebridge stamped ATtiny in-system
programmer, which is a great DIY circuit hack for the more advanced solderer
More info on most of these projects is available on Mitch's website
on the "maker faire" tab).
**Come on by and join the fun!
*What: Circuit Hacking Mondays*
*When: Monday June 1st, 8:30pm, at Noisebridge -- 83C Wiese, San Francisco*
*Who: Everyone, including you!*
*Cost: Instruction is free! Reimbursement of parts is requested (between
$7 and $25, depending on project parts)*
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