Circuit Hacking Mondays
Learn to solder, Learn to make cool things with electronics. Hang out with cool hardware geeks at Noisebridge’s weekly Circuit Hacking Monday.
All ages, all skill levels, all are welcome at this weekly Monday night event to give you inspiration to hack that project you’ve always wanted to work on. The goal is to make a project tonight and bring it home with you.
Circuit Hacking Monday
Every Monday, 730pm
Noisebridge – 2169 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
FREE (kits are extra)
>> Instruction is free and it’s free to bring your own project to work on. But there are also plenty of cool kits available to make if you want buy them – with kit prices starting at $10.
Project kits available ($10 to $30):
- TV-B-Gone — (turn off TVs in public places)
- “Hello My Name Is” badge — (Your name in lights)
- Brain Machine — (Meditate, Hallucinate, and Trip Out)
- Mignonette Game — (play fun games)
- Trippy RGB Waves — (interactive blinky lights)
- LEDcube — (animated 3D cube)
- MiniPOV — (more cool blinky lights)
- MintyBoost — (charge your USB enabled gadgets)
- USBtinyISP — (program all your AVR family chips)
- Arduino clones — (make just about anything)
- OpenHeart — (animate fun patterns in the shape of a heart!
- Atari Punk Console — (make cool noise from an Altoids tin)
- and more…
Learn more about Noisebridge
Noisebridge is a space open to anyone interested in the creative uses of technology. You and anyone else are free to use the space and most of its contents at any time: just ring the doorbell at 2169 Mission Street to come in.
Noisebridge is solely supported by individual donations by its users. You can donate through PayPal on our site or in the donation bins across the space. If you use Noisebridge regularly, set up a regular donation. Attending most events at Noisebridge is free, but if you become a regular, a $10-$40 monthly subscription is a great way to ensure Noisebridge stays around.
Lectures & Workshops
Submitted by Johnny Funcheap