On February the 27, Nine Network visited Arch Reactor and aired a publication on March 25th. Below is the video.
Game On First Friday at The Science Center was well attended by Arch Reactor Members with Bob S., Sam H., John, Lloyd L., Chris W., Morgan M.and Tom B. working the Arch Reactor table. Di S., and Gene J. were in attendance but working at other tables. We had a working 5 button Close Encounters SIMON Game, Bob's Dr. Who Chess Set, and Sam brought his Griffin 3D Printer variant. Lloyd had attention grabbing Neo-Pixel strips on display and the Arch Reactor's Mointor was running the slide show. Sam printed six rounds of 11 mini Octopi that were handed out. Tom played 4 rounds of Dr. Who Chess. and the last record I heard was 11 rounds of SIMON.
Tentative: table at the event
Come On Out and Play games With us. If you don't know games that's OK we are friendly and love to teach. If you do, bring your Favorites along and let get a Game in.
We'll have Food there, and I'll happily take 5$ in exchange for letting you eat all day.
We start at Noonish and Play until you Leave or after Midnight, whichever comes last. :)
Tuesday, April 28th
Thursday, April 30th
This will be an open house and happy hour geared toward Boeing's new people group called REACH
Feel free to come by to learn how to use the laser cutter, talk about laser cutters, work on laser cutter projects, etc!
Contact Person: Travis
Friday, May 1st
Arch Reactor is proud to host the only St. Louis 2600 meeting. More details about 2600 can be found at http://www.2600.com
All 2600 meetings are open to the public. Contact stl2600.org
Game of Thrones: Winter Is Coming
Come check out the space at one of our regular Tuesday meetings, year-round. Tuesday meetings are always open to the public, and generally begin at 7:30 pm.
Arch Reactor was founded in 2009 by a group of friends who liked technology, programming, making, and pizza. Now St. Louis' largest hackerspace, Arch Reactor's growing membership continues to bring new skills, projects, equipment, and people to one place.
For a deeper understanding of what we're about, you should check out our explanation of hackerspaces, perhaps read about one of our members' projects, or (best of all) come meet us in person at the next open event!