This is serious equipment. Electric shock can kill. Hot parts can burn. Fumes and gases can be hazardous. Arc rays can burn eyes and skin. Welding can cause fire or explosion. Flying metal or dirt can injure eyes. Build-up of gas can injure or kill. Electric and magnetic fields (EMF) can affect implanted medical devices. Noise can damage hearing. Cylinders can explode if damaged, etc. Only qualified persons should install, operate, maintain, and repair this unit.
Does this new tool sound like as much fun to you as it does to us?
Stay tuned and drop by to see developments progress as the experienced HIVE welders and prudently cautious implementers make preparations to enable eager newbies to learn to weld safely with appropriate precautions.
HIVE13 is the place to join to learn new skills and use new equipment to make things.
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.
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.
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!