- Microcontroller Ideas Sharing and Demo Night!
Dear Inventors, Hackers, Tinkerers and aspiring Entrepreneurs, It's time to schedule the next NYC Raspberry Jam! We will meet on Wednesday, September 17th, at 6:30pm. We will have at least two presentations, and a free-for-all show and tell. Come to share your ideas for projects, discuss the challenges you are encountering, or demo your latest and greatest achievement! We are grateful to Zahn Center, a startup incubator at the City College of New York, for allowing us to use their space. See you all soon, Max Austen Agenda: 6:30pm Introductions 7pm-7:30pm Presentations 1) RF Communication between Arduino and Pi 2) Text to speech automation for reading emails 7:30pm Free for all idea, project, and knowledge sharing 8:30pm Concluding remarks Directions: Zahn Center is located on the "B" level of Steinman Hall, Grove School of Engineering, on the campus of The City College. Entrance to Steinman Hall is off 140th street, near Convent Avenue. To get here by subway, take 1 train to 137th street. Or, take A, B, C or D trains to 145th street, for a slightly longer walk (5-10 minutes). Link to Google Maps (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Convent+Ave+%26+W+140th+St,+New+York,+NYemail@example.com,-73.9485626,19z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x89c2f665260f25ef:0x346ddd5d8f17486e)
- Raspberry Pi (and others) demo night
Inventors, Hackers, and Tinkerers, Join us for the NYC Raspberry Jam on Wednesday, April 9th, at 6:30pm. Bring your latest projects, questions, and ideas for a fun show-and-tell. If you are interested in making 5-10 minute demo or a presentation about your project or a related technology, send me a message. See you soon! Max
- Raspberry Pi project demo night
Last month was lots of fun, so let's do it again! This month we'll have some neat projects on display including a Pi powered RC car and a thirty year old retro Pi. Bring yours to show off or get ideas from the ones on display.
- Show off your projects or get ideas for using your Pi
Bring your projects, your ideas and see what other hackers are doing with their small Linux boards. There will be a demo of adafruit's WebIDE (https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-WebIDE), which makes getting started with the Pi as easy as a rocket-powered Arduino.