We are so excited that we won the Level 3 ChipKit Design Challenge. Please view the other levels and contestants here. Thank you everyone who voted for us. With the winnings we will be gaining some new tools from Microchip and Digilent.
If you want to look at the published files design and source files, they are available on github. There are 2 sets of hardware and firmware. The hand held keyfob schematic / firmware, and the chipkit shield schematic / library.
If by chance you haven’t seen our entry video yet, check it out.
Please join us on Wed, Jan 30 for a special guest speaker. Jim Jackson, co-author of the book HTML5 for .NET Developers.
There is limited space available, so you must register on meetup.com for this event.
Jim Jackson is the co-author of HTML5 for .NET Developers, available now at http://www.manning.com/jackson and on Amazon. Jim has worked on rich HTML5 web applications for clients like Vogue, Rolling Stone and Playboy and is currently building an HTML5 game for the Windows App Store.
We’re really excited to announce that Baltimore Hackerspace has moved to a new location and we would like you to come help us celebrate. Come socialize, learn and check out the facility. We will have our projects on display and will be doing a couple workshops. There is also a rumor that there may be food!
If you are attending I invite you to RSVP so we can get an idea of how many people are coming.
When: November 17th, 2012
Time: Noon – whenever
Where: 6410 Landay Ave. Baltimore MD 21237 MAP