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== So we end up with a real hacker space - now what? ==
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== Project Index and Resources ==
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* [[Open-HVAC-Control]]
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* [[Can-hacking]]
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* [[AVR]] Page (robotics club code that we have used in testing AVR)
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* [http://embeddeddreams.com/site/2009/07/29/eduino/ EDuino-B] Arduino clones
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* [[JenettsProjects]]
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* [[dosmansProjects]]
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* [[StevesProjects]]
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* [[WillsProjects]]
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** [[Laser_Interferometer]]
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*[[RexsProjects]]
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** [[serialbitwisealu]]
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*[[JoesProjects]]
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*[[NicksProject]]
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*[[CharliesProjects]]
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* [[JaysProjects]]
  
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== Classes ==
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New page for our workshops: [[Workshops]]
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* [[AVR_Class]]
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* [[Soldering_Class]]
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* [[ArduinoRF_Class]]
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== Group Projects ==
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*[[Bloominglabs side-lit LED sign]]
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* [[RFID access control]] for our room and the building
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* [[Amateur Radio]] use at the space (aka Ham Radio)
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== Potential projects ==
 
* build a RepRap
 
* build a RepRap
 
* obtain/repair a laser etcher/cutter
 
* obtain/repair a laser etcher/cutter
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** M. Standish at IU is leading this project (I thought I would pitch the idea here in his behalf, hope he agrees)
 
** M. Standish at IU is leading this project (I thought I would pitch the idea here in his behalf, hope he agrees)
 
** already have possible leads on funding
 
** already have possible leads on funding
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* build a [http://www.instructables.com/id/A-Word-Clock/ word clock]
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[http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/ee476/FinalProjects/ Cornell AVR Projects Page]

Revision as of 12:13, 18 February 2013

Contents

Project Index and Resources

Classes

New page for our workshops: Workshops

Group Projects

Potential projects

  • build a RepRap
  • obtain/repair a laser etcher/cutter
  • other group projects?
  • build a LittleFe cluster, introduce it to area secondary schools.
    • LittleFe is a small educational cluster made of low-powered boards, intended to be portable and able to demonstrate how a small cluster is built and operated. Used in high schools to teach computers and clustering.
    • see http://littlefe.net/
    • M. Standish at IU is leading this project (I thought I would pitch the idea here in his behalf, hope he agrees)
    • already have possible leads on funding

Cornell AVR Projects Page

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