On the heels of our fundraising event, we have new parts and a refurbished Bridgeport head to install to upgrade our current metal shop machinery. We invite all those interested in learning more about the Bridgeport intimately to be involved in seeing and participating in the rebuild. Event happens During CTH Open Space Night 9/12, beginning around 7pm.
There was so much information in the first session that we had to split into two! In the first session, we learned about shields for the Arduino, using a temperature sensor with the Arduino, and using libraries for both. We also had an overview of the Internet of Things, the Cloud, and dashboards on IoT services such as Adafruit IO.
On May 10th, we are going to bring it all together where we will set up a dashboard on Adafruit IO, read the temperature sensor, and push the data to the dashboard for our viewing pleasure! We will need the Ethernet shield, temperature sensor breakout board, and our Arduino.
If you don’t already have an account on adafruit.com, create one before the class. If you have already bought something on adafruit.com or created and an account, it should transfer over to Adafruit IO. Test it out at io.adafruit.com.
Bring your Arduino, Laptop with Arduino IDE working, USB cable.
The second part of our group name goes beyond the Arduino into the Raspberry Pi. In this meeting we will give a short intro into the single board computer and learn what its capabilities are. Discussion will include setup, programming, and various projects that are popular on this board.
The second half of the night will be dedicated to working on projects. If you have a Raspberry Pi that you would like to get set or work with, bring it along. This is the perfect time to get comfortable with the board or work on your own project.
Sunday, March 4, 2018
CT Hackerspace’s Sponsor STEPCRAFT will have representatives on site for a overview and discussion on how to best use and operate their equipment on site which is available for community use almost anytime.
This Instructional and Introductory class will empower you to get jump started on using CNC equipment at CT Hackerspace.
Hacking the Holidays Party at CT Hackerspace 2017
Wednesday, December 13, – 6:00pm to ???
. Come celebrate the holidays at CT Hackerspace Wednesday December 21st from 6:00 PM – ?
EVERYONE IS WELCOME to ATTEND
We’re talking about hanging out, watching Battling Robots, eating Pizza, making new Friends & more at a Hackerspace! …And why aren’t you joining in the fun? The long awaited first giant robot fight is happening Tuesday! Why not Catch it with your friends as CT Hackerspace Tuesday, August 17 10PM EST.
Announcing ARDUINO / PI!
WE HAVE HEARD YOUR CONCERNS!
WE ARE RE-LAUNCHING OUR MICRO CONTROLLER GROUP LOCALLY,
With topics and direction now controlled by CT Hackerspace members.
Please Attend our RE-BOOT MEETING OCTOBER 12th where we will discuss the new strategy moving forward.
CT Hackerspace has been a long time supporter of Eric Sims and his organization “Lets Build Rockets“ (LBR). We are excited in our long term, on going support in his goal to launch an open source liquid fueled rocket to an altitude of 5km.
The Waterbury Area Gaming Society is dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of gaming in all its forms. We look to provide a place for people to meet and have fun, and to share new games with each other. Gaming on Sunday, August 27, 2017 at from 1:00pm until everyone wants to leave!
So, you are finally ready to take the leap off your prototype breadboard and make your own circuit! Don’t be intimidated as today’s tools make it easier than ever to make it happen. Save frustration and gain better knowledge in building your own printed circuit board and layout designing. In this Workshop, we will be utilizing CircuitMaker.