Classes

February 7th – Programming the Arduino: Physical Pixels Class

By HackPGH, Info | January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Have an Arduino and wondering what to do with it? Join us on Saturday February 7th for our Physical Pixels class. It’s the perfect introduction to programming your Arduino if you’ve never tried it before or want to refresh your memory. Space is limited to 10 people, reserve your spot now. In this intro level class,…

Thursday January 22nd: Steel City Infosec Meetup – Audio Surveillance (Including Lab)

By HackPGH, Info | January 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Steel City Infosec will be hosting their January Meetup here at HackPGH. It will be an Audio Surveillance talk. The event will consist of a discussion about Audio Surveillance and then a lab where you will build a Laser Microphone. The event is free but if you would like to make a laser microphone the cost is $10. RSVP…

Saturday January 17th: Build Your Own Theremin!

By HackPGH, Info | December 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

Do you remember hearing eerie outer space music from classic science fiction like “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and “Dr Who”? Have you ever wanted to make sounds like that yourself? It turns out you can! Using an instrument called a theremin. The theremin was invented in 1929, and has been used in many…

Sunday November 9th: WiFi 101: Make your own high-gain antennas for 2.4 and 5 GHZ wireless routers!

By HackPGH, Info | October 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Not satisfied with the coverage area of the wireless signal in your house? Ever wonder how WiFi works? Don’t have the money to buy $300 on a pair of antennas? Have the DIY spirit? Well then come to HackPittsburgh and make your own! Meta Mesh, Pittsburgh’s wireless mesh networking company founded at HackPittsburgh, is beginning…

Saturday, November 15th – (Class) Learn to Solder: Arduino

By HackPGH, Info | October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

This class will teach you to solder or help you practice your skills if they are a little rusty.  We will guide you through the process of building an Arduino from a kit. Kits will be provided and in the end you will go home with your brand new DIY Arduino ready to make your project…