Here is a demo video of the awesome vhs led badge designed by Richard Sim. These are mostly assembled, we’re holding workshops in January to finish the build and learn about how they work. This board has a Atmega 168/328 CPU connected to a 8×16 LED Matrix with both red and green leds via a […]
Entries for December, 2013
The VHS 5th Anniversary LED badge is a Atmel 168 based board with an Altera CPLD driving a two colour 8×16 LED matrix. Other features include a 5 way joystick, separate button, expansion header for i2c peripherals and a microphone. The board was designed by Richard Sim and will be partly assembled by you! We […]
and I mean happening, can you dig it? Monday, Decemeber 23rd, starting at 7pm. Bring your VR gear, bring your curiosity, bring a little something for the donatio box, and check out what’s on the cutting edge of tomorrow’s technology. This is your chance to try Occulus Rift goggles and see what VHS is all […]
What: Super Happy Holiday Hacker House 0x1F! The members of the Vancouver Hack Space are pleased to invite all members, non-members, guests, friends and Mayors-of-large-Canadian-cities to join together in some holiday merrymaking. Never been to the hack space before? This is the perfect time to visit! Super Happy Hacker House is a social night where […]
We recently received a very generous donation of electronic supplies from local Vancouver business Lee’s Electronic. Visit them online or on Main Street. They donated an amazing Mechanical Giraffe Kit, a soldering iron and a multimeter. We gave all of these items away to some lucky folks at the recent Toymageddon event. These giveaways help […]
Toy hacking night was a blast. Over 25 people were at the space, soldering, adding LEDs to toys, doing pitch hacks, and lots of other fun stuff. Toy hamsters were hacked, Iron Man got some new innards, and some keyboards got circuit bent. The VHS xmas tree was set up and our LED array was […]
John C and Funvill set up the VHS XMas tree at VHS tonight. Come down and add some geeky ornaments to it, Or hack the tree its self. Pull requests welcome Read the Amazing poem about the tree from last year Come hack away! hack away! hack away all!