Monday, Nov 11th, 2013

No microcontroller, programming or electronics experience needed.  If you have an Arduino (or some clone) bring it, otherwise come and learn which would be best for you. Free, but please RSVP to directorofeducation@archreactor.org .  Questions can also be sent to that address. There is no cost for the class.

Nov. 17th        Intro, flahing LEDS, serial communication
Nov. 24th        LCDs, third patry ICs, I2c and SPI protocols
Dec. 1st        Multiple Voltages, Wireless communication, Controlling

AC, DC motors
Dec. 8th         Free day for catch up or topic of participant's interest

Thursday, Sep 12th, 2013

Day of Hacking Sunday

Thursday, Aug 1st, 2013

Ryan's Instructable for a DIY PCB Toner Deposition Method has been selected as a featured Instructable!  It was also featured on Hackaday. Congrats Ryan!

Sunday, Jul 7th, 2013

KC Maker Faire was a big success!  We had 2 days of fun met many exciting new people.  Learned about new ideas and technologies and had a great time doing it.

The following are photos from the event.  If you are an AR member and have photos to post please

send them to admin@archreactor.org and I'll get them posted.

 

Wednesday, Apr 17th, 2013

Science Olympian Pics

Last Weekend we held our annual science Olympiad.

Here are some of the pics from the event and a link to the Rube Goldberg Contraption we built.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEeenhWAEGE

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, August 24th

  1. Hack Something!

Tuesday, August 26th

  1. Autonomous Vehicle Competition

Friday, August 29th

  1. 3D Printer Meetup

Saturday, August 30th

  1. Featured Artist in Dinosaurs in Motion: Where Art and Science Meet

Sunday, August 31st

  1. Hack Something!

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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.

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