Drew’s inside and outside name badge for Maker Faire and spectrum analyzer at Maker Faire after party. More pictures below.
Category Archives: conferences
Great turnout for the Get Your Stuff Made presentation! Ian talked about the ways open source is currently manufactured, and outlined the package we send to Seeed Studio to start a new project. Power Point Open Office PDF Thanks to … Read more
There were lots of awesome projects at Maker Faire. Yoshi from Switch Science gave us a new JTAG debugger. Can’t wait to play! More photos below the fold.
Getting feedback on the new component kits at the DP booth. So excited to get these out!
Here are some pics of the activities from around Bay Area Maker Faire. Some amazing new fire sculptures this year. More photos below the fold.
Here is a short preview of some booths and exhibits we visited at the Bay Area Maker Faire. New part kits ready to show at Maker Faire tomorrow. Follow the pics live with our twitter feed. More photos below the fold.
Here are some pics we took while setting up at the Bay Area Maker Faire. If you are visiting, be sure to say hi at our booth. For live updates from the Maker Faire check out our twitter feed, or … Read more
At the recently concluded HackInTheBox 2013 (HITB) conference German security consultant Hugo Teso has once again drawn into question the security of aero comms. In a presentation at the Amsterdam conference, Hugo highlighted the security vulnerabilities of the Automatic Dependent … Read more
AppSec USA has announced a call for papers and trainers for their upcoming conference in NYC in November, 2013. AppSec USA is a software security conference for technologists, auditors, risk managers, and entrepreneurs. They invite all practitioners of application security … Read more
At the recent Shmoocon conference in Washington, DC, Teddy Reed and David Anthony presented their DIY guide to using Trusted Computing on embedded devices. This is NOT an introduction or overview of Trusted Computing. We introduce a low-cost schematic using … Read more
Hardware freedom day is coming up and Embecosm is arranging a workshop around FPGA and OpenRISC in London. The event is scheduled for Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st April 2013 at The Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London, … Read more
Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition: Call for Makers, is now open! Maker Faire showcases the amazing work of all kinds and ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments … Read more
The 29C3 Chaos Communications Congress is in full swing. The annual conference, held this year from December 27 through 30 at the CCH Congress Center Hamburg, Germany, attracts thousands of hackers from around the world and focuses on “technology, society … Read more
Kaspar writes informing us of the premiere of the uniquely named Exceptionally Hard and Soft Meeting (EHSM) which will be held in Berlin, Germany on December 28-30, 2012. “EHSM is turning out to be something like the OSH Summit this … Read more
Cypress Semiconductor, manufacturers of the line of Programmable System-on-Chip products known as PSoC, are hosting the first annual PSoC World virtual conference, on December 12th and 13th, 2012. “PSoC World is something truly new and exciting that Cypress is doing … Read more
Another one for the FACEFRAME series! with Tayken. Check out lots of pictures below the fold.
Maker Faire Tokyo 2012 is packed to capacity! Follow the pics live with our twitter feed, or wait for them to pop up on the blog. More pics below the fold.
“One of my favorite things about Tokyo Maker Faire is all of the crazy little flying machines”. We are twitting the pictures as we take them, so tune in to our twitter account, or wait till we post them on … Read more
“Really big freaking robot. I imagine James Cameron is around here somewhere”. Follow the pics live with our twitter feed, or wait for them to pop up on the blog. More pics below the fold.
Superhacker Yoshi with his wireless LAN shield for Arduino. Follow the pics live with our twitter feed, or wait till we post them on the blog. More pics below the fold.