You are herethsweekly
- Tokyo Big Sight - shows
- 15-17 printable electronics
- 29th~ (free prereg, 5000 at door)
- solar panels
- fuel cells
- Mar 6-9 LED show
What to learn?
- Python / JS / Django
- Game Design
- Sound Generation
- Prep MITx
- anodizing (Mar)
- Welding (Mar)
- Electronics 001
- Illustrator / photos
Want to learn? What to teach?
Our usually scheduled open house meetingThis week we have no special talk scheduled.We will play the "I'm gonna..." game. Bring a project or task to work on, or wait and see what others put on the list. Then choose a task to help out with.Introductions take the form of "Hello, my name is Emery. Tonight, I'm gonna..."
- *Talk to people about X.
- *Help Someone with X.
- *Do Y.
- *Learn about Z.
Zac Rubin will be a special guest at Tomorrow's THS meeting. He will discuss his EV bike conversion is a short presentation during the meeting. After the meeting Zac will do a more indepth discussion of the conversion. Notes by Richard:
Andy Kroll and Alvin Richards will be coming to the 1/17 THS weekly meeting to discuss the Mongo DB (database). "MongoDB is an open source, NoSQL database. MongoDB is used in production for many use cases by companies like SAP, Telefonica, Disney, and Taobao. At this event, Adam and Alvin will give an overview introduction about MongoDB for engineers of all experience levels. This will include the basic product philosophy, the most popular features, and information about how to learn more about MongoDB. If you have used MongoDB, please come with any questions that you have.
Randy Mackay and Jiro Hattori will be coming to the 1/10 THS weekly meeting to demo the Arduino controlled quadcopter that they showed at MAKE07 in Dec 2011. Randy and Jiro will be giving an introduction to the largest open source personal UAV group, DIYDrones (www.diydrones.com) including a demonstration of the group's most recent accomplishment, the Arducopter (a UAV quadcopter). The introduction will include an overview of the arducopter's capabilities, the hardware and software that's been developed (all open source), plans for the future and how to get involved if you're interested.
This week, Hackers on a Plane (HOAP) will be visiting Tokyo HackerSpace.
Be sure to be here at 730 to meet all the folks from around the world!
Jay (NY - Koopo, Linux sysadmin, privacy networ)
Leandro (Brazil - comp eng, webkey project)
Fukan (Turkey - apple devices, electronics, linux, open source, Japan)
Nick (DC - Hackerspaces, HaoP)
Jimmie (HW hacker, open src hard, full nomad)
Rod (Bay Area, software, Japanese study)
Per (Sweden, Ubuntu)
Take(Japanese, living in Columbia, salsa orchestra, Happy Island)
Self introductions: 19 people
badges and lcd kits, POV
brochure / flier
hackerspace passport stamp
Post MAKE events (december, january promotion)
Beacon, micro, eagle
Dangerous Prototypes - needs to added to our app as a talk - translator
iGeigi - LA hackerspace made a board and kit
safecast is building more equipment
10 more bGeigies
Tuesday night meeting. Free for all to attend.
This week, Garrett is our coordinator!
What is Tokyo Hackerspace?
- If you're new, introduce yourself!
- Make:Tokyo preparation - Need to fill out the forms
Show & Tell