Electronics Workshop hosted by Mitch Altman
Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 6:00 PM
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
CT Hackerspace proudly presents an Electronics Workshop hosted by
Mitch Altman on Thursday, July 19, 2012
Cost: Instruction is Free!
If you use any kits, reimbursement for kit price is requested
Mitch Altman is a San Francisco based hacker/ inventor and one of the
founding members of the hackerspace Noisebridge. He recently bought a
45-day Amtrak USA Rail Pass and is starting "Hackers on a Train 2012"
nationwide tour. Starting in San Francisco and rolling into New York
City, Mitch is conducting workshops in cities with hackerspaces (or
forming hackerspaces) in cities nearby Amtrak stations. CT Hackerspace
will be one of his stops, teaching his Electronics Workshop on
Thursday, July 19, 2012.
Mitch has taught thousands of people to solder and make cool things
with microcontrollers in his workshops at hacker spaces, hacker
conferences and schools almost everywhere.
If you have ever had any curiosity about making something with
electronics, then please join us. Anyone and everyone can learn to
make cool things. It's fun ..And easy! You can learn to make something
cool with electronics in one workshop, and take your project home with
you! Mitch's workshops have been enjoyed people of all ages. (Children
are also welcome, however the level of interaction by participants
under 18 can only be determined by the participant's guardian.)
Here are some of the kits that will be available:
* TV-B-Gone -- (turn off any TV in public places!)
* "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 -- (interac tive blinky lights!)
* LEDcube -- (animated 3D cube of LEDs!)
* MiniPOV -- (more cool blinky lights!)
* BoArduino -- (solderless breadborad Arduino!)
* Diavolino -- (shield compatible Arduino from Evil Mad Science!)
* OpenHeart -- (animate fun patterns in the shape of a heart!)
* LoL Shield -- (Lots of LEDs for your Arduino!)
* Atari Punk Console -- (make noise!)
Stop by, Meet and Greet, and have a chance to be "Excellent to Each Other!"
EVENT LINK: http://www.connecticuthackerspace.com/mitch-altman-workshop
30 Echo Lake Rd Watertown, CT 06795
How to find us: Enter rear main door on second level (Watertown
Storage Entrance), and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is
located up at the top of the ramp.
When & Where
A hackerspace is an open community lab, workshop and / or studio where people of diverse backgrounds can come together to share resources and knowledge to create and invent all types of things.
CT Hackerspace is the name of a group located in Watertown, Connecticut. The group is collaborating to build a community and space to support a wide array of technical and creative disciplines through infrastructure, inspiration, making and sharing.
Quote from Guy Kawasaki -
One of the challenges that geeks, inventors, hobbyists, hackers, burners, and artists who are trying to change the world face is finding a place to do their work. Ideally, it would have lots of equipment, supplies, and other geeks