PJRC has graciously sent us a handfull of "cosmetically challenged" Teensy 3.0 development boards! You may have seen the Teensy 2.0 used in some of the demos we do at various events around town, and this is our first time getting hands on the much faster 32 bit version. We'll get these in some members hand tonight and see what we they come up with!
Bring your own wire wreath frame and gloves to protect your fingers from being poked and sappy.
Also anything else you want to add to your wreath. I will provide greenery, decorative seeds and berries, wire, cutters and instruction.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/586072968119837/
Come explore the world of 3D printers as Arch Reactor hosts Meet-Up.Com's monthly Saint Louis 3D Printer Meetup.
Learn the different tools, software and hacks being used to generate various textures and results.
Last month had over 40 people in attendance from the entire Saint Louis Bi-State area.
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 firstname.lastname@example.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
Friday, March 3rd
Arch Reactor is proud to host the only St. Louis 2600 meeting. All 2600 meetings are open to the public. Visit stl2600.org for more information regarding topic.
More details about 2600 can be found at http://stl2600.org
Sunday, March 5th
Tuesday, March 7th
Come check out the space at one of our regular Tuesday meetings or Sunday hack nights, year-round. Tuesday and Sunday events are always open to the public, and generally begin around 7:30 pm.
The space is currently:
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!