San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Make team for the the launch of Urban Sensor Hack
at GE Garages in Chicago.
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 around sensors in an urban environment. We will introduce master makers and look at programs and projects that incorporate all kinds of sensors. The program will end on October 18th with an online show-and-tell with our best applications.
Alasdair Allan, author of numerous books published by O’Reilly on sensors including “Distributed Network Data” with Kipp Bradford and “iOS Sensor Apps with Arduino” will be be onsite and share his experience setting up a data sensing lab, kicking off this program and encouraging interested groups to get involved.
Urban Sensor Hack
Tuesday, September 24th from 5:30pm - 7:00pm
5:30pm - 6:00pm Registration and Networking
6:00pm - 6:45pm Urban Sensing Hack Light refreshments will be served
Looking forward to seeing you in Chicago!
P.S. You are welcome to stay and enjoy a presentation by Massimo Banzi.
Open Source Hardware & Arduino
Massimo Banzi, Arduino – Co-founder
Tuesday, September 24th from 7:00pm - 8:00pm
When & Where
Make: magazine and Maker Faire.
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