The first nanode workshop was a great success, we got to introduce many people to soldering and arduino. But we didn’t get to really hacking the nanodes and we couldn’t see fully working projects. There was not enough time to both solder the kits, interface them with sensors and program them.
We are having a second workshop, as part of the Human Rights Makerlab, taking place during the DMY Design Festival in Berlin. This time the places are limited, and there will be (hopefully) enough time to get the board made and programmed. It’s taking place on Saturday June 9th, from 11:00 to 17:00.
We are looking forward to see some cool electronics blinking, making noise, sending all kinds of data to internet portals and tweeting various sensors values. We think that Twitter and Cosm will be used intensively, and we’d love to see an Air Quality Egg working at the end of the day.
You can get tickets on the Eventbrite page, or directly below.
Looking forward to meet you there and get some exciting hacks online.