Vancouver Mini Maker Faire is this weekend at the PNE and a bunch of VHS members are doing projects and talks. Join us ! VHS’s Projects A full list of projects can be found on the Vancouver Maker Faire Blog Richard Sim, The Messy Workbench The Messy Workbench will demonstrate the design/production cycle of amateur electronics/robotics. There […]
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Vancouver Hack Space FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HACKER MOVEMENT BLOSSOMING IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER – DIY is alive and well in Vancouver. On June 1st, the Vancouver Hack Space (VHS) will relocate from the Downtown Eastside to a new home at “The Bunker”, 270 East 1st Ave. Amidst ongoing evictions and closures of community organizations, the Vancouver […]
Details After 18 months of searching, VHS has finally found a new home! Our space behind 45 West Hastings served us well, but we’ve outgrown it and it is time to move on. As of June 2013 our new home, affectionately dubbed The Bunker, is at 270 1st Ave E, Vancouver. The new space is […]
What: Pete Lomas of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and hardware designer of the Raspberry Pi will be visiting VHS for a special Raspberry Pi Night! Where: VHS (45 west hastings alley entrance http://vancouver.hackspace.ca/wp/about/ ) When: Tuesday April 2nd @ 7:30pm Why: We have a rare opportunity to learn from THE expert on the Raspberry Pi’s hardware! Who: […]
What: Ski Pi! A Fun day of skiing and boarding with Pete Lomas, of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and hardware designer of the Raspberry Pi. Where: Meet at the Roundhouse on Whistler mountain (top of the gondola) at 10am. When: Friday March 29th from 10am-3pm Why: Pete’s visiting for a couple of weeks, so […]
The Storm brewing keg that will be at tomorrows SHHH (Super Happy Hacker House) will be provided by Chipkin Automation Systems. The home-brew IPA keg provided by Paul Fisher (Fishboy). If you or your company would like to sponsor a night at VHS with kegs please contact us.
Pictures from the recent Intro to making puppets workshop.
Here are some pictures from the TV-B-Gone workshop held at VHS last week
One of VHS’s members, LoialOtter created a 3d model for some tank treads on his massive 3d printer (700mm x 350mm x 350mm) and uploaded the designed to thingiverse. The tank treads have just been featured on the front page of thingiverse. Congrats LoialOtter for being featured on Thingiverse!