[Noisebridge-announce] Circuit Hacking is still happening!
miloh at froggytoad.net
Sun Apr 12 22:54:11 UTC 2009
I am going to be hosting a session of the ongoing Monday favorite, Circuit
Hacking, tomorrow April 12th at 8:30pm, while Mitch Altman is away
As usual, there will be cool projects at Noisebridge that you can make and
take home with you. Turn off TVs in public places, blink trippy colored
lights, play games -- you can learn to do all this, and more!
This will be my first time teaching soldering at Noisebridge, and I'm really
excited to show some simple & cool blown egg and sconce mods I made for
Mitch's RGB Waves over spring break!
Other projects will be available: the TV-B-Gone, Boarduinos, FTDI cable
kits, USBtinyISP, Brain Machine & glasses kits, and the Mignonette Game.
More info on most of these projects is on Mitch's website
on the "maker faire" tab).
I will also be bringing in and breaking down some broken electronics for my
parts collection, there is sure to be lots of interesting things like
stepper motors, lights and displays, various sensors, and of course, more
leds for everyone from beginner to advanced to integrate into their personal
**Come on by and join the fun!
*What: Circuit Hacking Mondays*
*When: Monday April 12th, 8:30pm, at Noisebridge -- 83C Wiese, San
*Who: Everyone, including you!*
*Cost: Instruction is free! Reimbursement of parts is requested (between
$7 and $25, depending on project parts)*
-R Miloh Alexander
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