San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Make team for the the launch of Robot Hacks,
a Maker Session presented by Make and GE
at Olin College of Engineering
Cool Projects, Tutorials, Explorations & More...
This live event kicks off a series of online events that will take place over the next three weeks focused on Robot Making and Hacking. You will meet master makers who will help you get started building your own open source robot, get familiar with the brains (a programmable microcontroller board) that powers the robot, learn how servo motors combine with an endoskeleton to form the robot's "chassis", understand the design of the robots exoskeletons, print your own robot on a 3D printer and meet some of the best minds in the 21st Century Robot space.
On November 3rd, author, Brian David Johnson will explore the world of science fiction prototyping techniques from his new book, 21st Century Robot, and share stories about robots and the process used to make them real. Brian will be accompanied by Wayne Losey, David Barrett, Anna Kaziunas France and Brian Jepson at Olin College, and online, he will be joined by Gui Cavalanti, Ross Mead and Make editors.
Robot Hacks @ Olin College of Engineering, Campus Center - Crescent Room
Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 - from noon to 3:00pm ET
noon - 1:00pm - Registration and Networking
1:00pm - 2:00pm - Robot Hacks session (on Make's G+)
2:00pm - 3:00pm - Robot Hacking and more.... Light refreshments will be served
Looking forward to seeing you at Olin College of Engineering!
And, if you don't live in the Boston area, and want to check out the program online (no ticket is required), please go to: http://bit.ly/TMTUy0 on Sunday, 11/3/2013 at 1:00pm ET
P.S. To stay current with the program, and/or to share your project builds, photos and notes, please subscribe to Make's "Robot Hacks" community on Google+: http://bit.ly/robothacks
When & Where
Make: magazine and Maker Faire.
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