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Description The Hardware Hacking Area is a huge area in Saal 3/Hall 3 for people of all ages and skill levels to come together and play, teach, learn, and share in many and diverse realms of making all sorts of physical things.
Members Maltman23, PartFusion
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions ArduinoForTotalNewbies, Introduction To Electronic Fashion, Introduction to CAD for 3D Printers, LearnToSolder, Mind+ workshop for Arduino beginners, SMD Soldering Workshop, Soldering For Kids!
Registered on 12 December 2013 17:42:40
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes Learn to Solder (with variety of cool kits) workshops

Arduino For Total Newbies workshops
metal working workshop
LED strip lighting workshop with BlinkyTape
Music synthesizer hacking workshop with Axo

Other assemblies...
Orga contact mitch@CornfiedlElectronics.com
Brings Soldering irons, hand tools, power tools, LEDs, motors, metal working tools, Arduinos, lots of cool kits, . . .
Seats needed 100
Extra seats 100
Assembly specification 2. We'd like to come together with a lot of people, a spot with lot's of people passing by and good visibility would be nice.
Planning notes We need lots of AC power strips (about 100 individual AC outlets), with AC extension cords to power each table. sva has organized the tables and chairs. cpunkt has said he will have beamer and sound system (with mic) available. There will be people hacking away and teaching, learning and sharing all day and all night throughout 30C3.
Happy hardware hackers at the Hardware Hacking Area at 29C3

Room full of happy hardware hackers at the Hardware Hacking Area at 29C3


Hardware Hacking Area

The Hardware Hacking Area is a huge area in Saal 3/Hall 3 (in the building's entrance level) for people of all ages and skill levels to come together and play, teach, learn, and share in many and diverse realms of making all sorts of physical things.

There will be ongoing workshops of many topics, all self organized through the Sessions wiki form (type in: "Hardware Hacking Area" in the "Assembly" field, and choose "Workshop" as the "Type"). This area is open all day and all night throughout 30C3.

Lots of shiny things! Lots of workshops! Come learn to solder, learn to make things with electronics, learn to make things with metal, . . .

All ages, all skill levels, all welcome!

Facilities

  • Workshop, fixing, and Creating space
  • 50+ soldering irons
  • hand tools
  • power tools
  • lots of AC power
  • beamer
  • sound system
  • space to give and take workshops
  • space for talks/presentations
  • space for demos of your cool projects


Give a Workshop!

Want to give a workshop? Please do! There will be ongoing workshops of many topics. Please go to the Sessions wiki form, and enter your workshop info (in the form, type in: "Hardware Hacking Area" in the "Assembly" field, and choose "Workshop" as the "Type"). This area is open all day and all night throughout 30C3.

Demo Your Project!

Want to give a demo of your project? Please do! We have plenty of table space, and plenty of space. Please go to the Sessions wiki form, and enter what you need for your demo (in the form, type in: "Hardware Hacking Area" in the "Assembly" field, and choose "Hands On" as the "Type"). This area is open all day and all night throughout 30C3.

Give a Talk About Making and Hacking Stuff!

Want to give a talk about your project? Please do! We have an area for giving talks about all sorts of cool physical projects of all sorts. Please go to the Sessions wiki form, and enter info about your talk (in the form, type in: "Hardware Hacking Area" in the "Assembly" field, and choose "Talk" as the "Type"). This area is open all day and all night throughout 30C3.



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Volunteers

We need lots of help!br> If you would like to help, please add your name to this table.
If you need help adding your name, please contact Mitch.

User I do/want to help with stuff I bring Arrival Departure Notes Contact
Mitch teaching soldering, helping organize, setup, tear down soldering tools, cool kits Dec24th Dec30th I'm happy to help any way I can. mitch*CornfieldElectronics.com
Glen teaching 3D printing and CAD Maybe a 3D printer Dec26th Dec30th I'm happy to help any way I can. Glen@GenesisMachines.co.uk
Robert teaching soldering, electronic fashion, setup, tear down electronic fashion materials Dec27th Dec31th I'll be hanging around just ask me to help. 30c3*partfusion.com