[Noisebridge-discuss] Circuit Hacking Monday 18-Nov at Noisebridge
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 15 22:26:26 UTC 2013
I'm back from 6 weeks in
China, where I set up an ongoing Hackers In Residence
Program at the country's leading university (where
there will be an ongoing diverse stream of hackers
from all over the world, all expenses paid, to mentor
students there about the cool stuff they do -- email
me to find out how you can be one of the Hackers In
Residence), and will be leading Circuit Hacking Monday
at Nioisebridge this week. -- Mitch.
You are invited to Circuit Hacking Monday, at Noisebridge!
Monday, November 18th, 7:30pm
All ages, All skill levels, All welcome!
Circuit Hacking Monday is a great chance to learn how to solder, learn about electronics, and/or learn about Noisebridge.
It is perfectly fine if you've never soldered before!It is perfectly fine to bring in your projects in progress -- it's a great place to get help with your project!It is perfectly fine to bring in something you'd like help fixing!It is perfectly fine to just come and hang out with other hardware geeks!Circuit Hacking Monday is all this, and more.You are welcome to come to Circuit Hacking Monday to learn how to make cool kits (listed below), but you are also welcome to come and work on your own project, fix something, or get familiar with the Noisebridge and its electronics lab. You can use our tools, get help, or give help with others playing with and making projects. It's a great community. Come and meet some new friends!Where: Noisebridge, 3rd floor of 2169 Mission, San Francisco, 94110 One and a half blocks South of 16th St. Mission BART Station.When: Monday, November 18th, 7:30pm till ?? (it is totally OK to come late!) Just show up! No reservation is needed. Most projects take a bout 1 to 2 hours.Who: You! It is fun to make things in the friendly community of Noisebridge. All ages. All skill levels. All welcome!Cost: Instruction is Free! If you want one of the following kits, reimbursement for the kit price is requested. (kit prices are $10 to $35, depending on kit)All kits are designed for total beginners to complete successfully.
Some of the kits available:TV-B-Gone-- (turn off any TV in public places!)Diavolino -- (make your own shield-compatible Arduino!)OpenHeart -- (animate fun patterns in the shape of a heart!) LoL Shield -- (Lots of LEDs! for your Arduino!)"Hi My Name Is" badge -- (you may have seen me wearing mine) Brain Machine -- (Meditate, Hallucinate, and Trip Out!)Mignonette Game -- (build your own handheld game console!) Trippy RGB Waves -- (interactive blinky lights!) LEDcube -- (animated 3D cube of LEDs!) MiniPOV -- (write messages in the air!)BoArduino -- (make your own fully functional Arduino -- for solderless breadboards!)Atari Punk Console -- (Make noise!)Microcontroller programmer (USBtinyISP) -- (program all your AVR family chips!) And more!
More info is available on the above kits at:http://www.CornfieldElectronics.comhttp://www.adafruit.comhttp://www.appliedplatonics.comhttp://www.jimmieprodgers.comhttp://www.mignonette-game.comhttp://www.evilmadscientist.comhttp://analogmachines.com/
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