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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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Scott AFB, IL, August 25, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Midwest Cyber Center of Excellence (MWCCOE) is hosting a MWCCOE HackSpace Competition for high school and middle school students Saturday, Sept.
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By then, he had discovered the nearby Nottingham Hackspace, which opened in 2010.
Based in a red brick Victorian warehouse previously used by the city's lace makers, Nottingham Hackspace is one of the most successful, self-funded, member-run communities of its kind in the United Kingdom.
At the Library as Incubator Project, we define the library makerspace in the same kinds of terms, but with more of a focus on outreach, partnership, and education, than a traditional makerspace or hackspace might.
Maker Space is the city's own version of what's called a hackspace, a place for people who love to experiment and build things.
The Toy Travel in Space project saw RS team up with Rlab, a peer run community 'hackspace', card modeller Jude Pullen and high altitude balloonist Dave Akerman, with the aim of sending a Superman figurine to space and back in a custom-built capsule.
He discusses the history of three-dimensional printing in relation to the visual arts; an overview of current three-dimensional printing technologies, what each offers, and how they might develop in the future; crafts and craftspeople; the fine arts; design and designers: case studies from contemporary designers; hackspaces, fablabs, makerspaces, arts research: the collaborative and more public face of three-dimensional printing and its future in the arts; and fashion and animation.
Hackspaces are typically more focused in a certain industrial area, which often draws attention from established companies in the area.