Many members of Rogue Hack Lab use and have built or use 3D printers. Collectively mastering this process is an ongoing project that we engage in at nearly every opportunity. What is 3D printing? 3D printing is a manufacturing process where plastic is melted and fused through a number of methods in order to produce a CAD model through additive manufacturing. Member Printer Gallery Type Owner Printrbot Kevin centered Seth QUBD 2 Up Hack Lab
We are participating in the Battlesnake Winter Classic! This will be a three tournament series running over November and December that will have snakes battling it out for the title of Winter Classic Champion. Each tournament will be streamed live on the Official Battlesnake Twitch channel. When does it happen? Tournament 1 - Saturday, November 16th @3:00 pm PST Tournament 2 - Saturday, November 30th @3:00 pm PST Tournament 3 - Saturday, December 14th @3:00 pm PST
Test your hand at flying one of our mini drones through our custom built light up course. Think you have what it takes to compete? The micro drone (quadcopter) race course is built using Particle.io Photon IOT development boards and hoops containing WS2812 LEDs (NeoPixels). source code Events Rogue Valley Mini Maker Fair 2016 Medford Comic Con 2017 Buy a Quad We try to have quadcopters available at events for purchase but if we run out you can purchase your own.
Using a RaspberryPi, camera module, thermal printer and a switch we created a photobooth that will take pictures, upload them to the internet and then allow participants to download the pictures later. Had your photo taken? Access your picture here. How its made The majority of the setup is following this Adafruit Guide with some custom scripts.
Have you ever lost your keys and wondered how those locksmiths get you in? Come and learn how to escape from handcuffs and unlock a variety of 1, 2, 3 and even 4 pin locking mechanisms. But remember, with great power comes great responsibility. If your interested in a good tutorial we recommend The Art of Lock Picking.
We hacked an arduino into a TransLux DataWall LED display to give it a new internet connected life. It used to hang in the window and inform people of upcoming events and about our hacker space however now it is used as an eye catcher at outreach events. v1 The first iteration of our design featured an Arduino Leonardo board interfacing between a RaspberryPi and the TransLux sign. By writing to serial from the RPI the message would be displayed on the display.