Dino Segovis from Hack a Week shared this video with us about his experience with the third Maker Faire North Carolina. See the laser range finder, laser oscilloscope, ball launcher, and more from this prodigious Maker followed by a tour of some of the other Maker projects. Enjoy!
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Sorry for the short notice but better late than never, right? Tonight at Splat Space, Durham's awesomest Hackerspace, there will be a series of lightning talks on a wide range of subjects.
|Here is a Kickstarter project from our friends and 2011 sponsor. Check it out!
April 16 through May 16, 2011 at 23:59:59 EDT
How it works:
Your name will be entered into the drawing one time when you "Like" our Facebook page. You will also get two additional tickets for purchasing an item from our store and sending us your name and order number at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will hold a drawing on May 17th, 2011 and will announce the winners on our site and Facebook
What you'll win:
One of two prize packs, including an Arduino Uno and a "Getting Started with Arduino" book.
It's as easy as that!
I'm pleased to welcome our newest sponsor for Maker Faire: North Carolina, HackingSpot.com.
HackingSpot.com is your online source for electronic components for hackers and professionals alike. Same-day shipping for most orders and no minimum order is required. Get your hack on!
I have often pined for a local source to get electronic components and this place has it all. Resistors, TRIACs, Arduino, prototyping supplies, LEDs... the list goes on. Thank you, HackingSpot.com, for supporting Maker Faire: North Carolina 2011.