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A weekend packed with workshops about hardware creation, held virtually for all to enjoy.

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Hackaday Remoticon 2020

November 6th, 7th, and 8th online everywhere. Timezone will mostly be centered around Pacific Time (US), with some India Standard Time and Central European Time as well.

Schedule

The schedule is not yet finalized, so please keep in mind that workshop / demo times may change. View the workshop and demo schedule on the Superconference Calendar.

Remoticon chat can be found on the project page, all are welcome to join the public chat!

Hackaday Remoticon is the largest gathering of hardware hackers, builders, engineers, and enthusiasts on the planet. Because it's virtual, more of you can come!

It will be different. Remoticon is 20+ workshops, 2 keynote talks, and some very fun extras like the SMD challenge, remote robot driving, show and tell, and more being planned. We'll gather for workshops in small groups and get to talk with people all over the world in this strange time we're sharing together.

Remoticon is held over 3 days! Remoticon begins Friday evening with a community Bring A Hack. The first keynote begins on Saturday and is followed with workshops and interactive robot driving. Saturday will conclude with the Hackaday Prize ceremony where the grand prize winner will be revealed, followed by musical performances late into the night. Workshops continue Sunday, with selected demos closing the conference. Yes, there will be an unofficial afterparty.

Why Remoticon?

The People: From the greenest of beginners to those who have made history with their designs, this is an unparalleled mix of people who live and breathe hardware. 

Remoticon Main Track tickets are free or pay as you wish, with all proceeds going to charities that feed, house, or educate people.

Workshops: Interactive hangouts and learnings from hardware from today and yesterday, presented by members of our community. 

Demos: Exciting demonstrations incorporating everything from cutting edge electronics to unique forms of art.

An active schedule: Get hands-on with a hardware workshop, create a crypto challenge for everyone, learn to hack firmware, and more.

Awarding The Hackaday Prize: Saturday night we will name the 2020 Hackaday Prize winners and celebrate late into the night afterward.

Demos on the Main Track

  • Ian McEachern: Design Methodology Workshop - Designing an Artificial Heart
  • Alfred Gonzalez: Private Edge-Based Voice AI for Everything
  • Saad Chinoy: Vegan Vampires made Vividly Visible
  • Peter Bosch: IC Reverse engineering on a shoestring
  • Eric Moyer: Printing Precisely - Desktop 3D Printer Calibration
  • Norbert Heinz: World Tour Robot
  • Billie Ruben: How to create guides that people actually use
  • Matt Venn: 0 to ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) in 2 hours

Code of Conduct

Please take a moment to read the Hackaday Superconference Code of Conduct.

Thank you to our Sponsors

A huge thank you to our sponsors: ARM, Microchip, Digi-Key, Twilio, and Supplyframe, who are committed to engineering education and make Remoticon possible.

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