Flying workshop

Flying workshop
What’s that in the air? It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a hacker! That’s right, thanks to the wonders of modern transportation, we all loaded up in cars and found ourselves a grassy field in southern Luxembourg, where we could spend a bit of time learning to fly airplanes. With a trusty trainer transmitter ...

UAV workshop

UAV workshop
Our American member Kenn has spent the last months fascinating everyone with his projects on unmanned autonomous vehicles, be they quadcopters or airplanes. So his offer to run a workshop on building your own little quadcopter was extremely well recieved. 12 hackers jumped at the chance and after a few trials and travails, hardware for ...

homecoming

homecoming
My, oh my, back to the hackerspace! What will I find when I get there? Hmm… a few too many keys were awaiting me when I came back to Lux. Who remembers what keys are for where after 15 months? (Hint, it’s probably not the Roadster key. But that one was in my pocket, too.) ...

Hacking the PS3 Move 1

I can’t believe it. It’s 4AM, and I’m just now leaving the hackerspace, after having made the final push to get the Hacking the Playstation 3 Move page out the door. Thanks to all at the syn2cat who made this possible.

After the Black Adder, the half-adder

Jhemp built this across the space of a week. It’s quite impressive, indeed! This is the basic building block of an adder, itself a subcomponent of the full mechanical calculator we hope to build for the 2011 Science Festival.