29 May '15, 5pm

Hackaday Prize Worldwide: San Francisco

Hackaday Prize Worldwide: San Francisco

Summer is heating up and so is the Hackaday Prize. In two weeks we’ll put down stakes in San Francisco for a day-long workshop followed by a meetup in the hippest of bars. The Zero to Product workshop will be held on June 13th at Highway1 — the well-known hardware startup accelerator in San Francisco. This workshop is created and led by [Matt Berggren] who is an expert in electronic design and PCB layout. RSVP Before Tickets are Gone! Zero to Product workshop in Pasadena a few weeks ago RSVP for the workshop and you’ll be well on your way to knowing what goes into professional-level PCB design. Basic knowledge of electronics is all you need, prior layout experience isn’t required. Bring along a computer with the newest version of Eagle on it if you want to follow along, but this is not a requirement. It will certainly jumpstart any PCB design you are working on for your 20...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/05/29/hackaday-prize-worldwide-s...

Tweets

Hackaday Prize Entry: A 3D Mapping Drone

hackaday.com 29 May '15, 5am

4k isn’t actually mpressive for a mapping application. 4K is far lower resolution then what can be flown in the mirrorless...

Hackaday Prize Entry: A Better DIY CT Scanner

hackaday.com 30 May '15, 5am

If you’re entering something in The Hackaday Prize this year, [Peter Jansen] is a guy you need to watch out for. Last year...

Our #Shenzhen workshop is being hosted by Maker...

hackaday.com 31 May '15, 8pm

One of the adventures we’ve always wanted to take part in is Hacker Camp Shenzhen which is run by Hackaday alumnus and Hac...

Hackaday Prize Entry: A Braille Computer

hackaday.com 01 Jun '15, 5am

As with all devices meant for a very small percentage of the population, computing equipment for the blind is very, very e...

Hackaday Prize Entry: Very, Very Small Logic

Hackaday Prize Entry: Very, Very Small Logic

hackaday.com 05 Jun '15, 5am

Despite the existence of FPGAs and CPLDs, there’s still a necessity for very small programmable logic devices. GALs, PALs,...

Hackaday Prize Entry: Dr. DAC

hackaday.com 02 Jun '15, 5am

The theme of this year’s Hackaday Prize is. ‘build something that matters.’ A noble goal, but there’s also a second prize ...

Hackaday Links: May 31, 2015

hackaday.com 31 May '15, 11pm

Back in the mid-70s, [Paul Horowitz] (who has an incredible Wikipedia entry , by the way) started teaching Physics 123 at ...

Hackaday Prize Entry: The Chocometer

hackaday.com 25 May '15, 5am

Diabetes affects almost 400 million people worldwide, and complications due to diabetes – blindness, cardiovascular diseas...

Hackaday Links: June 7, 2015

hackaday.com 07 Jun '15, 11pm

I’ve said over and over again that Apple’s MagSafe port is the greatest advancement in laptop tech in the last 15 years. T...

Hackaday Prize Entry: Welding Plastic Filament

hackaday.com 03 Jun '15, 5am

I think this could be useful not only for the economic bonus of using filament you would have just thrown out, but deliber...

Hackaday Prize Entry: Telling Dad The Stove Is Off

hackaday.com 27 May '15, 5am

A month ago, Hackaday landed at the NYC TechCrunch Disrupt, a bastion of people up all night on MacBooks and immense amoun...

Psst: We're hiring. Tell all your media-nerd friends!

Psst: We're hiring. Tell all your media-nerd fr...

modernluxury.com 03 Jun '15, 11pm

WEB EDITOR, SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER San Francisco magazine, a 2015 National Magazine Award winner and one heck of a fun place...

The Hackaday Prize: An Ultra Low Cost 3D Printe...

hackaday.com 26 May '15, 5am

This isn’t a Hackaday Prize entry that will change the world, but that doesn’t mean there’s not a place for it. [vdirienzo...

Hackaday Prize Entry: A Bit Dingus

hackaday.com 10 Jun '15, 5am

There was a time when just about every computer – even laptops – came with a parallel port. That’s 25 pins of bit-banging ...

Logic Noise: Sequencing in Silicon | Hackaday

Logic Noise: Sequencing in Silicon | Hackaday

hackaday.com 29 May '15, 1pm

In this session of Logic Noise, we’ll combine a bunch of the modules we’ve made so far into an autonomous machine noise bo...