kirk.sutherland at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 12:18:33 EDT 2013
I just joined the lab about 5 months ago and can say it is an amazing
group and space! The lab has soldering stations, oscilloscopes and the
likes for working on parts like yours. The next meet up is next
Wednesday (17th), think you will make it out?
- Queens Sci' 03 ;)
On 4/8/13, Bennett Kanuka <bkanuka at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'd like to introduce myself. I graduated from Queen's University in Math
> and Physics last May and have since moved to Ottawa (Westboro area). I
> don't have a formal education in electronics, but in university I had
> access to a lab with soldering irons, wire, resistors etc. I would spend
> some of my free time there. Everything I know about electronics I've
> learned on my own, so I'm a beginner, but not completely incompetent :)
> In order to dive into hardware hacking, I bought myself this:
> http://dangerousprototypes.com/docs/USB_IR_Toy_v2 and would like to add
> more infrared LED's to it. Since I have all the hardware schematics, and
> it has a breakout area, it shouldn't be *too* difficult, but I certainly
> will need a bit of help and access to some equipment.
> So, I'm interested in joining the hackerspace, learning, nerding out etc.
> Unfortunately I saw I missed the last Wednesday meeting. Is there a time I
> can come by for an introduction to the lab?
> -Bennett Kanuka
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