Pittsburgh Maker Faire 2012

Along with other awesome sponsors such as Wayne and Layne and pair Networks, ioBridge is sponsoring this year’s Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire! Our first Maker Faire was 4 years ago and so much has happened since then. People are making things, making things talk, making things move, and making connected things! We are excited to be a part of this year’s event and look forward to unveiling some new cloud-connected projects.

Pittsburgh Maker Faire

The Pittsburgh Maker Faire is presented by our friends at HackPittsburgh and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, and starts at 10am on Saturday, September 22 at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. We will be sharing photos and updates in real-time on Twitter and Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!

Make: PGH – Inaugural Meeting

Join the Steel City Makers for the first meeting of Make:PGH at the HackPittsburgh hack space. The meeting is free and open to the public which features a MakerBot 3D printer, mystery activities, and an ioBridge-based, iPhone controlled fighting Domo toy.

Andy Leer will share with us his experiences using the ioBridge to create fun interactive web enabled dioramas. Find out how with a few minutes and some simple hardware you too can put almost anything on the web.”

Check it out…

Make: PGH: Meeting 1
Tuesday, March 9, 2010, 7pm – 9pm

Hack Pittsburgh
1936 5th Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

ioBridge Demo at Hack Pittsburgh

The ioBridge Team will be at Hack Pittsburgh Friday, November 13th at 7pm. We will talk about web-enabling projects and getting microcontrollers online fast and securely. The session will include hands-on demonstrations of ioBridge projects and Q&A. The presentation is open to the public. Get more details on the MAKE community bulletin board or on HackPittsburgh.org.

ioBridge Demo

Friday, November 13th @ 7pm

HackPittsburgh Workshop

1936 5th Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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About HackPittsburgh

HackPGH is a non-profit group of makers from based in Pittsburgh, PA that runs a dedicated workshop for project development and training. To find out more about Hack Pittsburgh, visit HackPittsburgh.org – community-based activities, schedule of events, and projects.

Power to those who solder!