[Noisebridge-announce] Circuit Hacking Monday -- TONIGHT, 7pm, at Noisebridge, 9-November
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 9 14:17:31 PST 2009
Tonight is another edition of Circuit Hacking Monday, the weekly workshop at Noisebridge where you can learn to play with electronics.
This week it will be lead by Mitch.
Mitch has taught thousands of people to solder and make cool things with microcontrollers at workshops at hacker spaces and hacker conferences and schools all around the world. He can teach you, too, if you like.
If you have ever had any curiosity about making something with electronics, then please feel free to join us for Circuit Hacking Mondays at Noisebridge. Anyone and everyone can learn to make cool things. And it's fun. And easy! You can learn to make something cool with electronics in one session, and take your cool project home with you.
What: Mitch will be leading another session of Circuit Hacking Monday.
You can easily learn all of the skills you need in one session.
Make a project tonight, and take it home with you!
If you have your own project (advanced or simple),
bring it by, and if you would like help, you can get it!
Where: Noisebridge (new space!) 2169 Mission, San Francisco, 94110
(less than two blocks from the 16th St. Mission BART Station).
When: 7:00pm, tonight, 9-November, Monday. (It is totally OK to come late.)
Stay as little or as long as you like.
Most projects take about 1 to 2 hours
-- but someone will be there to help each person till they finish.
Who: It is fun to make things in the friendly community of Noisebridge.
Come join us. Everyone is welcome.
Cost: Instruction is Free!
If you use any kits, reimbursment for kit price is requested
($10 to $30, depending on kit).
There will be plenty of cool kits available to build, including:
TV-B-Gone (turn off TVs in public places!)
Brain Machine (Meditate, Hallucinate, and Trip Out!)
Mignonette Game (play fun games!)
Trippy RGB Waves (interactive blinky lights!)
MiniPOV (more cool blinky lights!)
MintyBoost (charge your USB enabled gadgets!)
and for the more advanced:
microcontroller programmers (program all your AVR family chips!),
Arduino clones (make just about anything!).
More info on most of most of these projects is available on Mitch's website:
(click on the "maker faire" tab).
If you have your own project, please bring it by and make it with us.
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