Taking the initiative to being more of an educational group, we’ve decided that Wednesday is now class day here at Quelab. Here on out, we want to have a class every Wednesday night after Co-Working.
So, to start it out I will be hosting a class on glass etching this coming Wednesday, starting at 7PM, [...]
I’m checking back in with everyone because we’re in the home stretch of the Space Chile Project(High Altitude Balloon launch and recovery Containing the seeds for tasty tasty green chile! And cameras, and GPS….). If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past month, please come to hacknight Tuesday so that [...]
We will have a little booth at the Albuquerque Comic Expo (A.C.E.)
Albuquerque Comic Expo
June 8th, 9th, and 10th, 2012 at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
I’m very happy to say that this year Quelab will have a booth at the show! We will be at booth number #1123 across from the [...]
Quelab wants to invite you in to play with lightpainting. (basically long exposure photography in the dark, where you can use led/lights/phones/lasers/glowsticks to litterally draw in four dimensions!
Cost is just our usual hacknight fee + a fee for a memory card(which you get to keep with your digital creations on it) [...]
Circuit-Bending Hackerspace Rock Band, CMKT 4, is doing a workshop Wednesday, May 9th, 7-9:PM building contact microphones in conjunction with Quelab. These microphones are powerful enough to do whatever you want, and accessible enough for all skill levels. Plus, they’re made out of bottle caps, which is just awesome. It’s a DIY electronics project [...]
Linux Night is back again Tuesday April 24th at 7pm! Bring your computer down and our resident experts will help you install, troubleshoot, or answer any questions you have about Linux. You too could learn the power of sudo:
A $5 donation is requested. See you there!
Quelab is offering an introductory course on making things with the Arduino microprocessor development platform in April. Classes will be held Wednesday evening, 6-9:PM, April 11, 18, and 25. Cost is $65 ($40 for members), and includes an Arduino Uno development board, prototyping board, and support electronics like LED’s, switches, transistors, and wires. Class participants [...]
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