Posted on Tuesday, Jan 29th, 2013

2013 Election Returns are in!

If you need to contact the board of officers and directors, send mail to archboard@lists.archreactor.org.

Officers

PositionName
PresidentJohn Reskusich
Vice PresidentChris Weiss
TreasurerTravis Megee
SecretaryJoe Cathell
Sargeant at ArmsNiels Black

Directors

PositionName
Public RelationsFrank Kallal
Social AffairsTony Henley
EducationDerek Seigler
WebmasterGeorge Fetters

 

Posted on Thursday, Jan 10th, 2013

Join us for the Fire and Ice benefit on January 19th.  This promises to be an excellent party.

* Chili competition - up to 25 kinds of chili to taste and vote for.

* Silent Auction - unusual gifts and treasures for uncommon people.

Fire and Ice Costume Constest: Come to Fire and Ice dressed in your finest Fire and Ice inspired costume attire. Prizes will be awarded based on votes that you earn from other event attendees.

*Demonstrations of liquid nitrogen, static electricity and others. 

Posted on Monday, Dec 10th, 2012

Beginner Arduino Workshop Continues Sunday Dec 23
 
Learn the basics of Arduino an amazing open source electronics prototyping platform
 
Class Dates:
 
December 23 - Class 2 Digital and Analog pins, Pull up resistors, Variable Resistors, Blinking LEDs

January 6      - Class 3 Controlling Motors, Stepper Motors and Servos, Ping Sensors, and IR Sensors

January 13    - Class 4 Communication with Arduino - Serial, Bluetooth, Xbee, LCD Displays
 
Each class will have a Technical Learning session for about 1 hr followed by a hands on work session for 1 to 2 hrs.
 
Please bring the following for the hands on session.
 
1. Arduino (UNO, Leonardo or other flavor) 
2. LEDs assorted
3. Shields (optional but they make life easy.  We will discuss more in the first class)
4. Sensors, Xbee, Bluetooth, LCD display (Optional there will be some to play with during class)
 
All Arduino supplies can be purchased online at 
or
Locally at Microcenter or Radioshack.
Posted on Saturday, Dec 1st, 2012

Our third weather balloon had GPS failure shortly after launch.  Hopefully, someone will be kind enough to call the number on the payload.  Everyone cross your fingers in hope we get everything back!

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 20th, 2012

This is so awesome. Derek Sigler's project, which included a team at Arch Reactor, sent a balloon today to 100,000 ft with a few cameras and were able to locate the payload when it came back down. This is a picture he posted from 97,000 feet above the earth. This is very inspiring. It has been such a good day. Congratulations Derek and the team that launched it!!! Very impressive.

Video of the balloon burst, 42 seconds in,  is available here.

 

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Upcoming Events

Saturday, August 19th

  1. Stray Haven Crafting/Planning Day
    • Start time: 12:00pm
    • End time: 05:00pm
    • Stray Haven Volunteers and Friends are invited to our Crafting/Planning Day! We'll be stuffing catnip toys and brainstorming fundraising ideas. Come for a bit or come all day!

      Contact Diane S. (sudduthd@gmail.com) for more information.

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Sunday, August 20th

  1. Hack Something!
  2. Mini Sumo Group
    • Start time: 08:00pm
    • End time: 09:00pm
    • Where: Arch Reactor, 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
    • Group to build Bots for Bot Brawls

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Tuesday, August 22nd

  1. Eclipse Recap

Friday, August 25th

  1. 3D Printer Meetup

Sunday, August 27th

  1. Hack Something!

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