It’s official. Here’s your chance to get your INNER GEEK ON and ROCK the ‘NATI. Hive13 is collaborating with organizer Jason Langdon (associate creative director at Possible) and the West side art collective, Broadhope to host the first annual Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire on Saturday, October 19, noon to 10pm.
Get involved by becoming a volunteer (you may get a cool event STAFF T-shirt for your efforts) and/or sign-up to have a MAKER display to show off your creations.
First event publicity on SoapBox (link)
Call for Makers (link) Hurry, the deadline is July 1.
Cincinnati’s Washington Park venue (link)
Cincinnati Mini Maker Faire Social Media sites:
Facebook (link) This will be maintained as the most active and up-to-date info page.
Google Plus (link) Key milestones and big announcements are published here.
Twitter (link) Key milestones and big announcement are also announced here.
Stay tuned for further details and announcements.
Join us at Hive13 this Tuesday, May 14, at the 7:30 pm meeting for an informative look into Do-It-Yourself Crime-Scene-Investigation Forensics.
Member Brian Cochran (who is a Detective in the Boone County Sheriff’s Department assigned to crime scene investigation) will use material from the 40-hour course he teaches at the University of Tennessee’s National Forensic Academy. Brian will perform live demonstrations of some of the coolest latent print development techniques; making finger prints appear on paper, making them glow, and fun stuff like that. The presentation will include a brief overview with slides showing real CSI jobs and case studies. The case studies focus on the processes that are used and where the “maker” attitude was applied to bring the case to a successful conclusion. The two case studies that will be presented are homicides. Real crime scene photography and a limited number of postmortem examination photos will be shown. It will not be anything different from what you would see on an episode of CSI or Dexter but these ARE real. Both of these case study presentations have been shown to high school groups before, but this is an UP FRONT WARNING for those inclined to be squeamish.
Members, guests, first-time-walk-ins, and those interested in law enforcement and criminal investigations are welcome to come to hear this presentation. Come to learn about this different kind of (“making” the case) skill. (Find Us)
The big day is upon us!
I will be arriving at the Hive around 1pm and I’ll bring a couple of versions of Fluxx (Regular, Zombie, and Pirate), Small World, and a couple of version of Ticket to Ride.
Bring your games and your friends to Hive13 Saturday afternoon and we’ll form groups to play games.
If you don’t have a game to bring, come anyway and play one of the multitude that will be on hand.
If you don’t want to play games, come anyway, because if you don’t play games, the terrorists win.
Hive13 is located at 2929 Spring Grove Ave. in Camp Washington. You can find maps and other details here.
What would be the ultimate HACK? How about the human brain? Can you really think faster using a few simple components and a 9v battery? Want to learn what others are doing? Want to try it (on) yourself?
Learn about the approaches to lifehack your way to better mental and physical performance. Neuro equipment can be built by hackers on a reasonable budget to do everything from brain imaging to changing actual neuronal functioning.
Join us at HIVE13 this Tuesday, March 26, at the 7:30 pm meeting for a stimulating intellectual enlightenment.
Did you meet that interesting guy, Judas (JohnM) that has been hanging out at the HIVE this past month? Did you know he was on sabbatical from that other hackerspace out of San Francisco called NoiseBridge? Did you wonder what kind of circuit boards he’s been making during his time here? Well, he’s going to give us a special show-and-tell before he leaves us to go back home.
Members, guests, and interested first-time-walk-ins are welcome to come to hear him pontificate on personal human performance enhancement and neuro hacking. Come to learn this new left coast hacking skill. It could be a mind-blowing phrenological experience. (Find Us)
News alert! Preliminary slides for Tuesday night’s talk are available! If you want to get an idea of what is going to be covered, CLICK HERE (pdf) to get a preview. The goal is to cover the “talk” in 20 minutes or less leaving as much time as possible for the “do” – demonstrations and people getting their hands dirty. (figuratively speaking)
Read more in the original announcement, or come join us Tuesday at 7:30pm. (Find Us)