Thursday, December 8th marks the first-ever lady’s build night at VHS. Come by, learn to solder, and make a super cool Fuzz Pedal that you can show off to your friends. The workshop’s for beginners, so if you’re new to soldering or don’t even know what a fuzzbox is, don’t be shy, There will be friendly [...]
Entries for November, 2011
Network all of the things! Introducing VHS’s new kit, the Nanode v5. The Nanode a low-cost, Internet enabled Arduino. With a Nanode, you can easily control other remote electronics or send sensor readings via the web. Nanode can easily be connected to Pachtube, which allows you to build sensor interfaces for your browser, smartphone or iGoogle homepage. [...]
We are going to be developing our own card and board-games. These are going to be quick and dirty prototypes that we can use to test game mechanics and see what works and what doesn’t. We can do it in groups or as individuals. I will see if I can find some prizes for the best game, most complete game, [...]
What is this? It’s a gathering of citizens in cities around the world to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public data to show support for and encourage the adoption open data policies by the world’s local, regional and national governments. Several VanHackspace members are involved in Open Data, Open [...]
Resistor Labels 1 Resistor Labels 2 Thank you John Craver for creating and labeling the resistor drawer labels.
This is a timelaps of Super Happy Hacker House XVIII – The Binary edition
What: Hear ye hear ye. All countrymen and ladies are welcome to attend the VHS biquarterly event known as the Super Happy Hacker House. This event is the XVIII SHHH, and will celebrate summer hacking in the glorious City of Vancouver. Bring your ideas, smiles and good friends down to VHS to celebrate with the [...]