What we're about

180 Studios is a new maker space in the North Bay. Creating community around creativity, we are a dynamic space where art, industry and education meet.

Come join our diverse community of makers! Learn a new skill or share an old one. Our 13,000 sq/ft facility is currently home to a wood working shop, machining, electronics, and digital fabrication, with more on the way. What do you want to learn?

Upcoming events (5+)

Machine Learning and Future Technologies Meetup

• What we'll do Free and open to the public. Are you interested in machine learning and artificial intelligence? Or maybe cryptocurrencies and blockchain? Or perhaps virtual and augmented reality is more your cup of tea? Come one come all to our brand new Future Technologies Meetup! Join Omar Eljumaily, Shahrad Jamshidi, and myself Nathan Henry-Silva to explore and discuss future tech. The meeting will be fairly informal, with Omar going over some TensorFlow tutorials and looking at possible applications for the program, including looking at fire data and programming robots. A big part of the goal of the Meetup is to connect folks interested in cutting edge technology, explore possible projects, and have good conversations. If you’d like to get hands on with TensorFlow or have a project to share, make sure to bring a laptop, or appropriate objects. We will have some refreshments and snacks available. • What to bring A laptop, curiosity, something to take notes with. • Important to know

Monthly Circuit Hacking Night with Joe!

180 Studios

• What we'll do 180 Studios, Sonoma county's incredible makerspace, is holding its monthly electronics and robotics lab open lab night free to the public. Whether you are new or experienced there is something for you. Our lab is equipped with soldering stations and state of the art test equipment such as meters, oscilloscopes, generators, and analyzers. There will be experienced electronics enthusiasts and engineers there to assist in this monthly open lab. Come and learn to solder, bring in your circuit or equipment to troubleshoot or simply come by to network with other enthusiasts. There will also be simple electronic kits available for purchase at the meeting. • What to bring • Important to know

Machine Learning and Future Technologies Meetup

• What we'll do Free and open to the public. Are you interested in machine learning and artificial intelligence? Or maybe cryptocurrencies and blockchain? Or perhaps virtual and augmented reality is more your cup of tea? Come one come all to our brand new Future Technologies Meetup! Join Omar Eljumaily, Shahrad Jamshidi, and myself Nathan Henry-Silva to explore and discuss future tech. The meeting will be fairly informal, with Omar going over some TensorFlow tutorials and looking at possible applications for the program, including looking at fire data and programming robots. A big part of the goal of the Meetup is to connect folks interested in cutting edge technology, explore possible projects, and have good conversations. If you’d like to get hands on with TensorFlow or have a project to share, make sure to bring a laptop, or appropriate objects. We will have some refreshments and snacks available. • What to bring A laptop, curiosity, something to take notes with. • Important to know

Monthly Circuit Hacking Night with Joe!

180 Studios

• What we'll do 180 Studios, Sonoma county's incredible makerspace, is holding its monthly electronics and robotics lab open lab night free to the public. Whether you are new or experienced there is something for you. Our lab is equipped with soldering stations and state of the art test equipment such as meters, oscilloscopes, generators, and analyzers. There will be experienced electronics enthusiasts and engineers there to assist in this monthly open lab. Come and learn to solder, bring in your circuit or equipment to troubleshoot or simply come by to network with other enthusiasts. There will also be simple electronic kits available for purchase at the meeting. • What to bring • Important to know

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Monthly Circuit Hacking Night with Joe!

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