Raspberry Pi & Arduino Night

Open to the public, come work on microcontrollers, Arduinos, Raspberry Pies, whatever you want.

David, resident "expert" will be on hand to help you get started, provide parts to build your own cheap arduino clone, give advice on your current project, or give ideas.

No specific agenda this time around, feel free to come and just hang out and see our awesome space (and consider becoming a member).

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  • DaNi

    Very disappointing! A Large group of people waited outside the locked door for hours. Nobody came to open the studio. We called the phone and nobody answered. It was a waste of time.

    September 21

  • Art M.

    A dozen people showed up and the doors were LOCKED, I left after 45 minutes, VERY LAME!

    September 17

  • DaNi

    Hi, I am interested in joining this meet up. I'd like to know what is the adults vs. kids ratio? Is it mostly for kids to play or is it a serious meeting where adults exchange ideas? Please let me know. (I have no problem with well-behaved kids by the way. )

    September 15

    • David R

      It's usually 10-15 adults and 0-2 kids in my experience, but it varies a lot from night to night. It's not a kid themed event, but sometimes people will bring their kids.

      September 16

  • Diana S.

    Last couple times I came there were children. Are children welcome at this upcoming ine as well? I would like to bring my 9-year-old.

    September 14

    • David R

      Yes you may bring children as long as you supervise them at all times (lots of dangerous pointy objects at AMT)

      September 16

  • Maria H.

    Hello! I'm a photographer from Finland coming to SF with a journalist. One of our stories is about makerspaces. We would love to visit yur makerspace, would this event be good to see some projects? As we are also interested in wearables, Arduinos sound to me to have something to do with that, too!

    September 11

    • David R

      Yes feel free to come by! No guarantees on what projects will or wont be there though.

      September 16

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