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See the Nottingham Hackspace on BBC Click this weekend!
Play with LEDs, EL wire and lasers ahead of Nottingham’s popular Light Night festival on Thursday, 7th February.
Build your own gifts this Xmas at this workshop!
Raspberry Jam introducing EVE for Raspberry Pi – Open hardware for connecting as much of the “stuff” around us, in something barely larger than pack of playing cards. At GeekUp at Cape Bar
4 – 5 August is our Weekend of DIY Solar Power, where you can learn to make a solar power system or solar PV panels.
Sneinton Festival Launch Picnic At The Mill 25 June 11am – 4pm Free, Small charge for face painting Bring a picnic and come along to the Sneinton Festival launch day. Kite making, Face painting, Viking games and crafts. This event launches a week of activities for Sneinton Festival. Look out for the festival programme for […]
We’re looking forward to showing you the Hackspace! We’ll be open to the public from about 10:00am There will be lots to see and do: Kinnect Hacks Knitting Machine 3D Printer Lots of projects to see Meet Cheesoid Presentations and talks/Slideshow Try lock picking Solder a “Flashy Badge” with us (£2) Pick up the events schedule […]
Announcing the 1st Monthly Social Soldering Night – Kit £10 Free to attend Soldering Night is a new regular meet up at the Hackspace. Each month a different soldering kit will be made available (at the best possible price) for you to solder. The kits will be ideal for all levels of experience. This regular monthly […]
It’s the end of day one in Newcastle, and we’re in the pub with guys from hackspaces in Northhampton, London, Leeds and Dublin. Its been a fantastic day walking around the Maker Faire, meeting people from all the other UK Hackerspaces and of course all the other makers. Arriving at the Life centre via the […]
Everybody loves LED and hackers are no exception! At our first open hack day on Saturday, Michael dropped off an LED matrix unit normally used in motorway signs. 16 x 16 bi-colour LEDs – 256 green-yellow and red flashing lights! In fact, he dropped off eight units! 2056 LEDs! Each unit has two identical connectors, […]