The Hackerspace meets Mondays 4-6pm at the Lafayette Public Library main meeting room. To register & get more info: http://www.meetup.com/Lafayette-CO-Tech/
June 1 – DreamQuest Games Unity 3D Demo with Christopher Williamson
June 8 – Lulzbot 3-D printer demo with Alejandro from Aleph Objects
June 15 – Sphero Open Play with Anna Fowles-Winkler. Join us for Sphero robot fun! Obstacle courses, bowling, and races. Bring an iOS or Android device, or use one of the library’s.
June 22 – Stop Action Movies with Henry Huang. Using iPads, create a movie using stop motion techniques to animate objects.
June 29 – Intro to Moss with Henry Huang. Learn how to easily create a robot using the Moss kit from Modular Robotics.
July 6 – Basic Web Design with HTML/CSS with Yeida Chang. Learn about the basic tools for making static web pages including basic HTML elements, how to structure your content, and basic CSS styling. Bring your own laptop.
July 13 – Advanced Moss with Henry Huang.
July 20 – FPGA’s and Verilog with Dale S.
July 27 – Lantern Walk – Giant Puppets with Paula.
Aug 10 – Sphero Open Play with Anna Fowles-Winkler. Join us for Sphero robot fun! Obstacle courses, bowling, and races. Bring an iOS or Android device, or use one of the library’s.
Aug 17 – Lantern Walk – Big Lanterns with Paula.
Aug 24 – Bitsbox (tentative)
Aug 31 – Data Science Intro with Bryan Loughry.
What’s a Hackerspace?
A place to get help with your coding challenges and maybe help others with theirs.
- Hackerspace is an informal, mentored tech drop in for folks of all ages who want to develop their programming skills, not a place to play games and/or surf the Internet!
- Hackerspace is time to code and develop programs and programming skills with others who are passionate about programming.
- Hackerspace provides mentor programmers to help with your questions. Limited laptops will be available on a first come, first served basis, for those who don’t have one.
- Hackerspace will introduce you to new programming challenges, languages, and techniques.