[image: Arduino_logo_sm.png]*Triangle Arduino Hack
time again for our monthly "hack afternoon" at Splat*Space. Join your
fellow Arduino hackers at 2pm on Saturday, Oct. 20. We have the space until
*When:* Saturday, Oct. 20, 2:00 PM *Where:* Splat*Space
Show & Tell!! Halloween and Christmas Season time, bring in any completed
or in-progress projects and talk to rest of the group about them. Remember
someone in the group may be working on something that someone else may not
even know can be done, or might even spark a new idea.
Calling all microcontroller projects!! Quite a number of us are working on
other microcontrollers besides the AVR with the Arduino code, even
single-board computer projects (ie. Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone, ELLK).
Bring them by and work on them too! Usually the circuits and interface
code is the same no matter what chip you are working on, and everyone wants
to see what you are up to. This is your chance to ask others your
questions, or mentor others through their questions.
What is an Arduino? See this link for more info:
Who is TriangleArduino? See this link for more info:
http://trianglearduino.org/. <http://trianglearduino.org/>.. <-- currently
No prior experience is required to attend hack afternoon and you don't even
need to own an Arduino. There are plenty of members who will be glad to let
you look over their shoulder and ask questions. If you have your own parts,
definitely bring them. Splat*Space does have a limited amount of parts and
tools for public use. There is lots of space and everyone should have room
to work on a reasonably sized project.
You don't need to be a member of Splat*Space in order to attend, but please
do ask about the membership options while you're there. It's a great group
of folks and, if you're into Arduino, there's a good chance that you'll
share interests with many of the other members.
Go here for directions to Splat*Space: http://splatspace.org/location/
If you would like to purchase an Arduino board or any number of other
electronics prior to the gathering, TechShop RDU has a select number of
parts and kits available at their facility. See their store list:
If anyone has projects they'd like to collaborate on, feel free to start a
conversation on the email@example.com. You can check out
some project ideas at the following sites:
Divine High School:
Learn more and to RSVP:
Scott G. Hall
Raleigh, NC, USA