Workshops

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Digital laws by BOF 1: 23 March

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Hacking is fun and sometimes profitable. But what are the rules?
Ot van Daalen and Axel Arnbak of the Dutch digital rights movement Bits of Freedom will talk (in Dutch) about our (NL) laws regarding hacking.
When: Tuesday 23 March 19:00-21:30, food at 18:00
Where: The space (OR move to different location if the space is overcrowded)
Max 10 persons, first come first serve.

  • Fish
  • zkyp
  • Ewald (non-member)
  • DrWhax
  • Thursley
  • MrBodde (non-member)
  • Youri
  • Okkie (non-member)
  • junk
  • Penders (non-member)
  • BJ (non-member)
  • Kahits
  • phrake
  • DipSwitch
  • Please add yourself to the list

Documentation

Arduino playground 1: 13 April

Arduino playground, build a nice project yourself:

  • LEDboard
  • Garduino
  • etc.

Some hardware is available for testing purpose but if you want to own your project you should bring some hardware yourself.
When: Tuesday 13 April 19:00-21:30, food at 18:00
Where: The space
Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

  • Ot
  • Axel
  • Friend from Ot
  • zkyp
  • Thursley
  • Please add yourself to the list

Hardware

  • Arduino
  • Laptop with Arduino software (working)
  • USB Cable

Documentation

Pure-Data Workshop: 14 May

DrWhax will be doing a workshop in Pure-Data. Pure-Data is a realtime visual programming language to do wicked things with audio, visual & graphical processing.
What you need:

  • Headphones! <-- must!
  • Laptop Everything that is Linux! Windows is allowed ;< (NEED MUSIC ON LAPTOP??? /junk)

This workshop will be focusing on creating some visuals which reacts on audio.
When: Friday 14 May 19.00-22.00, food at 18.00!
Where: Duh RANDOMDATA!

Documentation

http://puredata.info

Add yourself

6 people max! Signup fast!

  • Fish
  • Youri
  • Deathzor
  • junk

Archive

Arduino introduction workshop: 2 March

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.
It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
We (Randomdata) are using the platform a lot to do our fun projects. Why? It's easy, quite cheap, cross platform, extendable etc.

The Workshop details

When: Tuesday 2 March 19:00-21:30, food at 18:00
Where: The space
Who: Fish_
On this workshop we will do:

  • Introduction to Arduino, what is, how, etc
  • Breaking the limits of Arduino's
  • Arduino extensions:
  • Sample projects
  • DIY Arduino basics or build a stripduino on a breadboard yourself

Stuff you need:

  • Everything what's cool and we don't have
  • Laptop with windows/linux/osX with USB port
  • USB Cable

Who's attending?

Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

  • Please add yourself to the list
  • junk (will be there anyway ;))
  • zkyp
  • Youri
  • ETR (bringing own arduino)
  • Marijn (^what he said)
  • Nicolex

Documentation

Build a overhead projector beamer: 9 March

We will build our own beamer for our hacker movie nights.
When: Tuesday 9 March 19:00-21:30, food at 18:00
Where: The space
Max 4 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.

  • Fish
  • Kahits
  • Thursley
  • junk

Hardware

OHPbeamer1.png

Documentation

http://www.neoweb.nl/infopages/tftbeamer.html http://bit.ly/coit5v

Lessons learned

  • a OHP with a "toplight" doesn't work.
  • don't remove the pola filter of the LCD, you will break it....