Nú er vefverslunin Sellerí að komast í gagnið (aðeins eftir að þýða smá). Þar inni er reyndar bara ein vara enn sem komið er: Arduino UNO
Sellerý fær ardúínóin í gegnum svissneskan dreifingaraðila og verðið er nokkuð sambærilegt við sem gerist erlendis, 4.200 kall.
Ef ykkur vantar Ardúínó (ennþá!) þá endilega pantið í gegnum Selleríið. Ath að ekki er til StarterKit í augnablikinu, þannig að byrjendur þyrftu helst að fjárfesta í USB-snúru, brauðbretti osfrv annarstaðar.
Hægt er að sækja vörurnar í vinnustofu SLÁTUR á Njálsgötu 14 milli kl 15:00-16:00 á föstudögum.
Svo væri líka áhugavert að heyra frá ykkur ef þið vitið um áhugaverðar vörur sem væri hægt að selja í Selleríinu. Stefnan er að bjóða uppá illfáanlega hluti sem nýtast hobbíistum, listamönnum og tilraunafólki.
We will have our first official A-HAH Session as a continuation of our Arduino themed hack sessions, and all are welcome to join. As with all our events, entrance is free and open to anyone, but donations are very much appreciated. There will be coffee and possibly milk for the coffee, depending on how much money we have :)
You do not have to bring your own Arduino if you don’t own one.
If you own an Arduino your attendance is mandatory. :)
If you are interested in knowing more about the Arduino, learning how to program for it or just want to experience the endless joy of having full control over a blinking LED, then this is definitely for you.
If you need to buy an Arduino (or a starter kit) you can contact the Hakkavélin mailing list and Áki Ásgeirsson will hook you up, or just get in touch with him directly.
There will be teams sharing Arduinos, and Hakkavélin members and others who have Arduinos are encouraged to bring them and share the joy.
There may be Starter Kits for sale at the event for a reasonable price, depending on our supply levels.
Hópur tölvuhakkara eru staddir á Íslandi þessa dagana, þar á meðal eru stjórnarmeðlimir FSF, EFF, Debian og Ubuntu. Verðum við með fyrirlestraröð á sunnudaginn -9.janúar að því tilefni í Hakkavélinni kl. 15 þar sem nokkrir þeirra munu halda tölu.
Meðal fyrirlesara eru:
Eric Butler & Ian Gallagher - Firesheep Seth Schoen - HTTPS Ubiquitous and Fragile Erik Garrison - How the Genome Hacks Itself Alex Ose - History of typefaces and design
Ekki missa af einstöku tækifæri til að heyra spennandi fyrirlestra og kynnast áhugaverðu fólki. :-)
Now our wonderful Joe is back from the US with the rest of our parts for the RepRap. We started last night hacking and it went really well. We are gonna reunited our forces this Saturday at Hakkavélin at 13;00 and keep on going! Some are also gonna work on it this week at the evenings so everybody who has time and interest should come whenever :)
November 19-21th in Global Entrepreneurship Week, Startup weekend will be held in Iceland for the first time. In Startup weekend individuals register that have a business idea or want to work with a team in developing an idea that somebody else has. Participants are divided into different groups that work on a certain idea from Friday to Sunday. Startup weekend is a 54 hour startup event that provides networking, resources and incentives for individuals and teams to go from idea to launch. Get connected with local developers, innovators and entrepreneurs. Build community.
A couple of us from Hakkavelin are going, please feel free to join! The fee is 35$ for students (includes food for a whole weekend) and the same price goes for members of Hakkavelin. Talk to Berglind or Gummi to get the code for that deal.
LORNALAB is organizing an entry level workshop in the use of the Arduino microcontroller board.
The workshop takes place in “Útgerðin”, Grandagarði 16, Saturday the 13th of November between 1 pm and 5 pm. The workshop is run in cooperation with “Hakkavélin” (Icelandic Hackerspace) and the Icelandic Digital Freedoms Society. Admission is free, but donations to the LORNALAB development fund are welcome.
The Arduino has been embraced by artists, nerds and hobbyists as an easy-to-use gadget for electronically sensing and affecting the physical world around us.
The main instructor at the workshop is the experimental artist Erik Parr, who is a member of LORNALAB and a specialist at CADIA, the Reykjavik University Artificial Intelligence lab. The workshop will cover setting up the Arduino and how to use the Arduino environment for development. The bulk of the workshop will then consist of independent group projects.
Participants should bring their own laptops and should preferably bring their own Arduino boards. However, a limited supply of boards will be made available for purchase or for borrowing at the workshop.
Advanced Arduino courses will be held later this year and early next year.
Build something in 24 hours, with great company and all the space and tools of the Hackerspace. Starts 12.00 on Saturday 23rd October, and ends with showing off the projects on Sunday 24th October at 14.00. Feel free to show up for the day or the demos even if you didn’t build anything!
More info soon as this post gets updated, but mark your calendar now!