CT Hackerspace will be providing those who attend free sensors to add their own projects as well as raffling off a new official Arduino UNO Super Starter Kit to one of the attendees – One of the most popular microcontrollers in use.Continue reading
There are no prerequisites for this class other than having a computer and being able to operate it.
Cost of this class is $225, and this INCLUDES the cost of the Prusa i3 3D printer kit. A registrant can be individual, team build, or family.
***2/26 UPDATE : CTH MEMBERS RECEIVE $25 DISCOUNT!!***
*You will not be fully registered for this workshop until payment is complete by submitting $225 Cash or Check (Payable to Paul Langdon) at CT Hackerspace OR $225 paypal is sent to Paul Langdon (contact CTH for email)
In an effort for internal projects and improvements, CT Hackerspace is implementing “Tiger Teams” in addition to Action Meeting Tuesdays. CTH is creating a list of projects and team leaders to work on various efforts. See a board member for more details or to start your own project.Continue reading
This year’s General Meeting will happen prior to our holiday party for the added convenience of the members.Continue reading
December 18th at 7:30PM, following General Meeting.Continue reading
CT Hackerspace celebrates our new PC lab featuring 9 Desktops, 2 large screen overhead displays all hard wired to our gigabit switch. With the intended use in for teaching and collaborating programming, CAD CAM, and web design, it’s still viable for some entertainment use as a base for some great LAN party and gaming use!Continue reading