Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson. Learn what Raspberry Pi is, what you'll need to use it, and how makers have been integrating this $35 mini computer in their projects.
Wish there was a makerspace near by you? Why not go ahead and start one! Andra Keay and Daniel Casner, founders of Robot Garden - a makerspace in the Trivalley - talk about their experiences bootstrapping a workshop open.
Converting IP cameras to Wifi Spy Tanks.nUsing the Brookstone Rover, the process of converting an IP camera into a Wifi Rover will be explained. WIll also demonstrate an API that can be used to program the Rover.
HBRC members have a range of expertise in robotics that includes beginners, experienced amateurs and professionals. If you have an interest in the field of robotics, please join us.
Learningtech.org offers a variety of hands-on workshops, including Robotics, Game Programming, Music, & Troubleshooting. We often work in cooperation with individual schools or districts, & the San Mateo County STEM program.
We make LEDs easy for DIY. For over a decade, we have supported the arts with our technology backgrounds. Now we want to share our skills with the makerverse.
Come build the booth in augmented reality on your phone/tablet! - Apps created by an independent hacker named @yosun
MICILE (mobile computing unleashed) is a Linux based OS and IDE that boots a tablet off of a microSD card. Interface with your tablet using your web browser and develop your own application in the Python scripting language.
RJ's Miniature Golf Madness! Come learn what it takes to be a golf course designer for the best miniature golf party of 2013!
We make a smart servo motor, and link it to a browser. Now, you can make things move from your phone, tablet, or any computer. Use moti with 3D-prints, or simply cardboard to build robots, products, toys, and much more!
Ninja Blocks is a powerful platform that lets anyone create Internet of Things Applications. The Ninja Block is 100% open source, and includes a BeagleBone and an Arduino. Once online it can unify your connected devices.
This is our second installment of Not Your Grandpa's Ham Radio. Our latest creations mix GPS, radar, microprocessors, Arduino, ZigBee, Bluetooth, SMT, microwave and millimeter wave radio and other technologies.