- Michael Kummer: Browser-based gaming
- Joe DiPietro: Radio tower signal strength tracker
- Liza Kholodkova: Drawing robot
- Daniel Diaz, Guru Sharan, Robert Olsthoorn: Web app for local barter
- Sid Ramesh: Automatic jar opener
Tonight at the hackerspace, we took a heat gun to a #3DBenchy, a 3d printed calibration object. The result was some lovely modern art.
Here’s a time-lapse video of the open house that happened on the evening of Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
Here’s a time-lapse video of the open house that happened on the evening of Tuesday, April 28, 2015.
Here’s a time-lapse video of the open house that happened on the evening of Tuesday, April 21, 2015.
The local repair places wanted $150 to fix a cracked screen. I ordered a replacement from ebay for $7, including all the necessary tools. (it is $5 now)
I watched several youtube videos and they made it seem really difficult:
But once you get past the smell, which was really really bad, it was simple. The hot air gun made the glass come off easy with a guitar pick. Once I got about 2/3 of the glass off, the liner pealed right off. After cleaning, I used the included adhesive strips to re-attach the screen.
Reminder: Please join us tonight at 7:00 PM for our weekly meeting. This is a re-attempt to establish quorum. Let’s do this.
Voting members: This Tuesday being the first of the month it is our business meeting. Please come out to vote on three membership applications:
* Wayne Cope
* Christopher Hoffman
* Jeremy Baker