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Hardware Hack Lab

  • Jul 16, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Oculus Rift, Kinect, Arduino, Beagle Board, Leap Motion,. Google Glass, openFrameworks, SuperCollider, RGBDToolkit, Brain-Computer Interface, Max/MSP, PureData, vvvv, Processing... etc, etc!

If you are interested in the possibilities of new hardware, you have found the right crew!


We are witnessing an ongoing explosion of previously unattainable physical devices - commercial depth sensors, virtual & augmented reality, brain-computer interface, and a whole host more.

Our aim is to get together, discuss, learn, play, make and explore.

We love artists, engineers, designers, researchers, students, and anyone who is just plain curious. But more than that we love what happens when you put these people in a room together.


If you want to work with certain technologies please comment below in advance! We will try to make sure you can get access to the tools you need. 

If you want to work with certain people please look them up and drop a message to make sure they are coming that particular week! Many people come every other week or on odd occasions.


Tweet #HardwareHackLab and #ThoughtWorksNYC (our wonderful host) and tell the world what's happening here!

Any other questions, thoughts, please post comments below!

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  • Pan C.

    I'm interested in working with Arduino, GSM shield interface over the internet via HTTP/UDP/DDP. I have a home-brewed breakout board to interface with an Arduino micro for a product I'm anticipating. Anyone interested to discuss or advise?

    July 11, 2014

    • Andrew M.

      Hi Joe, can you tell us about the product? Maybe at next weeks lab

      July 17, 2014

  • Andrew M.

    We have Kinect V2's! Use our Kinect V2's!

    3 · July 16, 2014

    • Pan C.

      I know nuttin about v2. As far as I know only Microsoft SDK can get access to it?

      July 16, 2014

  • Andrew M.

    1 · July 9, 2014

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