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hackerspace

A venue for computer enthusiasts to collaborate on projects, share programming knowledge and discuss technology. Hackerspaces may be simple and informal, or more elaborate with high-speed network access and tools for building equipment. Formal hackerspaces collect dues from members. See hackathon.


Friendly Competition
In 2012, RadioShack challenged hackerspace groups from the East and West coasts to build something awesome with RadioShack's ARDUINO single board computer.
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Team members stretch from coast to coast, though a majority can be found at the Tampa Hackerspace in Florida.
Bassam Jalgha and Hassane Slaibi, founders of the Lamba Labs Beirut Hackerspace in Mar Mikhael, have come up with Roadie, an automatic guitar tuner due to go on sale in the summer of 2014.
SELFIE, phablet and hackerspace, plus text speak for seriously - srsly - are among the latest additions to the Oxford dictionary.
The organizers of the scheme, which was outlined at the Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin, said the Hackerspace Global Grid would also involve developing a grid of ground stations to track and communicate with the satellites.
As a result, first batch has been shipped to Japan at no charge to the Tokyo Hackerspace and other working groups.
BioCurious is a hackerspace for biotech, committed to making biology accessible and affordable for amateurs, inventors, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to "experiment with friends.
Alicia Gibb, CEO of Lunchbox Electronics first created a light up brick grid at NYCResistor, a hackerspace in Brooklyn.
So he, Alex Camilo and Kevin Harrington, who met in a local hackerspace called Technocopia, decided to put a team together.
Among them is Jeff Gunn of Stratham, who says he's excited that the hackerspace concept is moving out of urban and university settings and into less densely populated places like the New Hampshire Seacoast.
element14 engaged the Akron, Ohio-based hackerspace SYN/HAK to develop model versions of two famous deep space engineering phenomena.
LONDON -- For two months, 27 hackerspace teams across the globe have been working on their projects for "The Great Global Hackerspace Challenge," and today global electronics community element14 announced three semi-finalists: BuildBrighton, Hackerspace Charlotte and Pumping Station: One.
Dave Young: Co-founder of BlueStamp Engineering, an extracurricular program for high school students, electrical engineer and hackerspace enthusiasts, Young has designed everything from audio circuits to energy harvesters.