Join us at HIVE13 this Tuesday, July 8, when member Bill Steele will pontificate on the past, present, and future of 3D printing.
The founding members of HIVE13 had an original Bre Pettis “Cupcake” 3D printer five years ago.
For those that have been following Bill’s progress in the time since, he successfully launched a KickStarter for his own 3D printer and is now introducing the innovative Polar3D printer. Bill has a wealth of knowledge and experience in this hot market and it will be a most interesting talk, starting at 7:30pm. A brief version of the HIVE13 business meeting will follow Bill’s talk.
Members, guests, first-time-walk-ins, and those interested in learning Bill’s perspective are welcome to come for this talk on Tuesday, July 8, at 7:30pm. (Find Us)
This Saturday, July 13th, married members Michael and (recent Bock Fest Moerlein Special Release award-winning brewer) Tiffany Bell-Horwath will host an all-grain brewout at the HIVE! Plans include brewing a 10 gallon batch of a brown ale (a clone of the beer moosedrool if anyone has had it).
You are invited to join the Brew Crew at HIVE13 to learn and share brewing skills. The event will get started around noon, and it will likely go till around 5:00pm. Feel free to stop in at any point.
Active brewers are encouraged to bring some homebrew for folks to sample and enjoy. So far, this will include a bourbon barrel aged vanilla been Russian imperial stout and a cream ale. With some interest, a root beer could be made and available on tap as well. At some point we may all chip-in to order a pizza or something of that nature. Bonus points will be awarded to those who bring some pot-luck munchies to share.
All who are interested in brewing are welcome. Consider to bring your setup and equipment for the show-and-tell. Bring your dreams and schemes and make plans to implement the makers’ beer garden show-and-tell at the upcoming Cincinnati mini-maker faire to be in Washington Park on October 19.
We are looking forward to this brewday and hope to see you there! (Find Us
This Friday July 5th at 2600 we will demonstrate how to preform hardware glitching attacks. Glitching attacks have become very popular in the game console and mobile phone scene. We will discuss clock and power glitching concepts and demonstrate clock glitching attacks on some ExploitMe sketches designed for arduino boards.
This is a standard 2600 meeting: First Friday of the month starting at 7pm. This event is open to the public.
Sorry for the late announcement. We will be meeting this Friday, May 3rd, at 7PM. May 3rd is the annual International Day Against DRM. So I thought we could discuss Digital Rights Management systems and I can show my old presentation. As always, if you have something you want to present, or a demo you want to give, you are encouraged to do so.
We will be meeting at the Hive13 hacker space in Camp Washington, 2929 Spring Grove Ave at 7pm. Maps and other details about the location can be found here. See you there!
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)