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Arcade Table – New Project for Members

Arcade Table – New Project for Members

Hello Fellow members, This post is just for you. We have been given by an ex-member (Marc R.), known to develop its version of a Delta 3D printer and a 3D printer kit for kids made out of 3.5″ floppy drive and DVD drive. The Arcade table has already been hacked a couple of years… More …

JCCAC & Sham Shui Po Electronic Market

JCCAC & Sham Shui Po Electronic Market

Lets meet some other creative types by visiting the Handicraft Fair at the HK Jockey Club’s Creative Arts Centre, followed by a visit to the nearby Electronics Markets in Sham Shui Po. The JCCAC is a renovated 9 storey factory building in Shek Kip Mei where around 150 artists have studios. Each quarter, the Centre… More …

Dim Sum Labs as a Co-Working Space …

Dim Sum Labs as a Co-Working Space …

Dim Sum Labs has been mentioned among the 5 best Hong Kong Coworking space by coworker.com. In the past a lots of its members used the space as a place to start-up their respective businesses. Most of them still members have their own offices. We do have a lot of space to offer during the… More …

Workshop: Arduino hands-on Introduction – 7th of June 2018

Workshop: Arduino hands-on Introduction – 7th of June 2018

After a successful workshop end of May, we’re hosting a similar one in June: Get started with Arduino the world’s favorite open-source electronics prototyping platform. Just bring your laptop, we have an Arduino-style board for you, and all components to build some simple projects. You’ll learn about digital and analog, input and output, while connecting… More …

Workshop: Take-apart Day #1 – June 2nd 2018

Workshop: Take-apart Day #1 – June 2nd 2018

You may have some unwanted electronics cluttering your Hong Kong apartment, Let us help you out ! Come on the 2nd of June to destroy / take-apart unwanted electronic and at the same time learn a bit how the equipment is working. Bring in your old, broken, and unused electronics such as: computer towers, VCRs,… More …

Project: Dim Sum Robot #2

Project: Dim Sum Robot #2

Today we regroup our research on how to flash the MicroPython onto our individual ESP32. Most of us are using computers with Linux installed on it, so the following information is more intended toward this type of configuration rather than a computer running on Windows or IOS. To flash the bin file of the MicroPython… More …

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