[Noisebridge-announce] Circuit Hacking Monday, tonight, June 15th at Noisebridge
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 15 12:00:44 PDT 2009
Yes, there's-a Circuit Hacking today, starting at 8:30pm at Noisebridge!
Now you can hack on any kits you happened to pick up at the Maker Faire (or from anywhere). And if you don't have something to make, we can supply you with lots of cool kits!
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!
Mitch is leading this one, before heading out into the world again, ready to teach you (yes, you!) to solder. Mitch can teach anyone to solder, even people who have never made anything before. they can also get you back up to speed if you haven't dusted off your solder iron skills in awhile. And if you have a project that you're working on and would like some help, you can get that help tonight! It's also fun to come by and work on your project in the warm friendly community at Noisebridge on Monday nights.
Many projects are available: the TV-B-Gone, Trippy RGB waves, BoArduinos, Brain Machine & glasses, the Mignonette LED game kits, the totally unofficial Noisebridge stamped ATtiny in-system programmer, which is a great DIY circuit hack for the more advanced solderer among you! We also have microcontroller programmer kits for beginners (USBtinyISP, from Ladyada). And more...
More info on most of most of these projects is available on Mitch's website http://www.CornfieldElectronics.com (click on the "maker faire" tab).
Come on by and join the fun!
What: Circuit Hacking Mondays
When: Monday June 15th, 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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