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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 …

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 …

Crash-course on MaxMSP

Crash-course on MaxMSP

Luca from Dim Sum Labs is bringing you a Crash-course on MaxMSP from the 16th to the 18th of August 2017. This course is over the 3 days. [ Powerful code ] > [ which looks like a Lego brick. ] >> [ Connect the bricks to each others, and build your application ] >>>… More …

Want to learn new things in Hong Kong?

Want to learn new things in Hong Kong?

We are a group of people with different background, knowledge and interest. We are willing to share all of it with you through different workshops. But with the limited time we all have, we decided to run a poll to see what are you main interests in the things we could teach you. Have a… More …

Mesh Network introduction – CJDNS

Mesh Network introduction – CJDNS

During HackJam this week, we had the visit of Ben from Toronto Mesh. He introduced us the simple and easy way to construct a mesh network based on a network of a few Raspberry Pi2 or Raspberry Pi3. They use the model 2 or 3 from Raspberry Pi because the encryption of the data transfer… More …

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