Mechanical binary adder by syn2cat hackerspace 1

Mechanical binary adder by syn<sub>2</sub>cat hackerspace
Several months of bending and soldering copper wires are gradually bearing their fruits. To be publicly unveiled at MNHN’s Science-Festival from November 10th through 13th, syn2cat’s 4-bit adder built entirely from copper wire, copper tubing, lead solder and marbles is nearing completion. Catch a first glimpse of this ball-machine con calculator in the following youtube ...

syn2roadtrip to CCC 1

A few hackers made a roadtrip to the Chaos Communication Camp in Finowurth, near Berlin. Along the road were a few visits to some hackerspaces and attractions including C4 in Cologne or Miniaturwunderwelt in Hamburg. You can see some snapshots in our little video feature. Enjoy

LHC2 – be part of it

Dear fellow hackers, Syn2cat invites you to join us visiting the Shackspace in Stuttgart from August 26th to 28th when the Large Hacker Convention 2 takes place. What’s the Large Hacker Convention? The Large Hackerspace Convention Episode II should be exactly that. Hackerspaces and hackerspace-folks from all over Germany, Europe, the world, our galaxy, and ...

Ubuntu Release Party 11.10: Oneiric Ocelot 1

It hasn’t been that long ago that our last Ubuntu Release Party took place. It was the first one with some talks and presentations. Hopefully in the future there will even attend more folks and may be even do their own hacks on the party. Until the next one it still is a while, but ...

PS3 Move Hack on HackADay

We’re proud to announce that one of our Members Project has been featured on Hackaday: Kenn’s PS3 Move Hack is featured on the famous blog where he gives explanations to his hack and Project. If you want to read Kenn’s diary about the project so you may visit the project page on www.eissq.com/ps3_move/