Hacking used to refer to someone accessing/changing secure data in computers through clever workarounds. Today hacking is finding clever ways to change the way technology works. You can hack your phone into a robot controller. You can hack a toaster to make it dance. You can hack a saw to also be a bottle opener... you can hack anything!
Let's hack something together!
Paul Beaudet will be showing us his submission to the Hackaday contest: the Neotype Haptic Interface. A new kind of typing interface that uses gestures, allowing you to type without a keyboard!