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Maker: Gripbeats – Body Percussion

Maker: Gripbeats – Body Percussion

This week during our HackJam, we will have a presentation by David Wexler from Gripbeats on the product that he and his team is developing here in Hong Kong. The product was inspired by body percussion. A method of creating drum sounds using only your own fingers, hands and body. When properly mastered, a player… More …

Robot – Characteristics

Robot – Characteristics

This will be the casing of the base of the Dim Sum Labs Robot or D.S.L.R. for short. Like for Dim Sum, the robot will have in the future further layers made of the same stack-able bamboo basket. Each layer will have it own functionality. The robot will be controlled by a person via a… More …

Robot – Brainstorming

Robot – Brainstorming

We have not done something together for some time. So let’s make a robot of some kind. Bring your ideas, your creativity this Saturday, the 25th of November at 2PM, we will gather at our place on Jervois street to brainstorming on the capabilities and functionalities of Dim Sum Labs new robot. The casing is… More …

Presentation from a HK Kickstarter – Origamil Labs

Presentation from a HK Kickstarter – Origamil Labs

On our next HackJam, open & social night, Tuesday the 14th of November 2017, we will have the visit of the team from Origamil Labs. They will be presenting their current product: ORII which is a smart ring that allow you to have phone calls, listen to you messages in total privacy. It will give… More …

CPU Architecture overview

CPU Architecture overview

At our next social night – on Tuesday the 31th of October 2017 – we will have a short talk looking at how CPUs work – inside the case and showing some of the key microarchitecture changes over the last 45 years. Come along also to meet people and socialise – we have chilled beverages… More …

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

During our General Meeting that took place on the 18th of October 2017 in the evening, the members adopted the following Code of Conduct for Dim Sum Labs members and visitors of the space. Short public version Medium public version Long public version Internal Version for Members More …

Krackattacks explained

Krackattacks explained

A serious weakness has been found in WPA2, the protocol that most everybody use to protect their Wi-Fi networks at home or at the office. A person in range of your network can exploit these weaknesses to read information on your network traffic that you assumed safely encrypted. The weaknesses can allow that person in… More …

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