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Great workshop this week with the Hyde Square Task Force! We made origami cubes circuits illuminated with leds!
See what we created at the Summer Electric Hat Workshop hosted by Boston Makers and the Hyde Square Task Force on June 1st and June 8th!
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The Hyde Square Task Force ( http://www.hydesquare.org ) and Boston Makers ( http://bostonmakers.org ) will join forces to offer free summer maker workshops for children, teens, and adults. Starting on Tuesday, July 1st and running through Tuesday, August 12th, these fun, hands-on evening workshops will combine electronics with everyday crafts and require no previous experience with electronics.
The workshops are free and open to the public and will take place at the Youth Community Development Center which is behind the Blessed Sacrament Church and located at 361 Centre Street in Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 ( https://goo.gl/maps/q7dP5 ).
The workshops offered are:
Make an Electronic Summer Hat: Impress your friends and family with a hat that lights up, sparkles, and glows in different colors! Participants will create a design for the hat in the first workshop and learn how to sew washable microcontroller into it in the second workshop. Workshop participants need to bring any kind of summer hat they would like to decorate. This workshop requires two sessions to complete the project and will be run on Tuesdays July 1st & July 8th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Electronic Greeting Cards: Surprise someone by giving them a card that you created yourself that lights up! You will brainstorm a design for a personal greeting card in the first workshop and then create it using conductive paint and an electric battery in the second. All materials will be supplied. This workshop requires two sessions to complete the project and will run on Tuesdays July 15th & July 22nd from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Experimenting with MaKey MaKey: MaKey MaKey ( http://www.makeymakey.com ) is easy to use microcontroller that can be used to replace a computer keyboard so things like bananas and twizzlers can be used to create music when you hook it up to a computer. You will experiment with different materials that can be used to create music with the Makey Makey. All materials will be supplied. This one session workshop will run on Tuesday July 29th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Drums Electric: You will create 2-3 drums of different sizes and shapes and embed LED lights into so that they light up when you play! All materials will be supplied.
This workshop requires two sessions to complete the project and will run on Tuesdays August 5th & August 12th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The speakers for @party 2014 to be held at the MIT Stata Center on June 13 – 15th are:
- Sean Kean, Voxon – the Voxiebox, a new volumetric display
- Seth Riskin, MIT Museum – holography and spatial imaging
- Sophia Brueckner, MIT Media Lab – Code That Sings Itself
- Arlene Ducao, MIT Media Lab – MindRider, an EEG feedback display
- Britt Snyder, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – New directions for visual art education in college game development programs
- James Susinno, Boston VR Meetup – RiftRay, an implementation of Shader Toy on the Oculus Rift
@party is a demoparty, or collaborative computer art festival where people participate in a variety of competitions that allow them to demonstrate their technical and artistic skills. These include graphics, music, games, wild, and of course demo. Group is part of the demoscene, a computer art subculture focused on the symbosis of art and technology.
The goal of our event is to provide an environment in which folks can meet, learn from each other, and share nifty expressive projects involving technology, particularly computers.
For more info about atparty an to register visit: http://atparty-demoscene.net/