Workout Berlin 2019-10-03
The first card10 workout will happen at xHain in Berlin from October 3rd to 6th, 2019.
Location and Times
- Location: xHain: Grünberger Str. 16, 10243 Berlin
- Times: 2019-10-03 to 2019-10-06, all day in general, details to follow
- Capacity: Around 10-20 people
We will most likely work on integating more Merge Requests into the firmware, creating a new release.
If you have issues with your hardware swing by and we can see if there is a quick fix. We will have spare parts!
We plan to experiment with some more phones to improve BLE support. If you want to work on the wiki feel free too. Lots of people wo know around ;)
We still have plenty of conductive thread and a lot of ideas. Do you have some too?
We can make us of xHain during the times as mentioned above. If you want to allocate some time for specific workshops or similar, mention it here:
|Title||Person||Start Time / Day||Duration|
|ECG logging documentation /experiments||schneider||Thursday 13:00||4 hours|
|@Berlindroid-Meetup||Thursday 19:00||5 hours|
|card10 repair cafe||schneider||Friday 14:00||2 hours|
|card10 team lunch?||all||Friday 15:30||1.5 hours|
|generative 3D printed card10 cover design||Niklas Roy||Friday 17:30||1.5 hours|
|MicroPython introduction||lilafisch||Friday 20:00||1.5 hours|
|app discovery||lilafisch||Saturday 11:00||1.5 hours|
|card10 repair cafe||schneider||Saturday 14:00||2 hours|
|card10 documentation||lilafisch||Saturday 14:00||2 hours|
|Sewing wearables||lilafisch||Saturday 16:00||2.5 hours|
|card10 @ 36C3 #1 (dinner)||schneider||Saturday 18:30||1.5 hours|
|BME680 hacking||schneider||Saturday 20:00||4 hours|
|card10 repair cafe||schneider||Sunday 14:00||2 hours|
|card10 @ 36C3 #2 (also: next workout)||schneider||Sunday 16:30||1.5 hour|
generative 3D printed card10 cover design
Learn more about the generative 3D printed card10 covers (https://github.com/royrobotiks/card10_cover), get inspired for you own generative designs, and learn skills for implementing them with openSCAD.
If you haven’t dared trying to write your own apps for your card10, now is your chance to learn how to do it! Programming your card10 using MicroPython is easy to learn, and all you need is your laptop (preferably linux), a usb-C cable, and of course your card10.
There are hundreds of card10 apps in the hatchery. Let’s start the day by exchanging our favourite discoveries, and trying some new ones.
card10 @ 36C3
Camp is over, but congress is already coming up! Everyone is welcome to join collecting ideas and planning card10 action for congress.
Open hardware means you can fix it! We’re bringing some spare parts, and plenty of assistance is around, so together we can restore the broken bits of some card10s.
Obviously, you should bring your card10 if you want to fix it ;), everything else will be around at the event.
Let’s get together and make an effort to share what we know, or ask some new questions that need answering and documenting.
Bring questions :) Also, a laptop will be very useful for writing documentation.
Extend your card10 on the wristband, with some blinking LEDs. We’ll have needles, thread, and LEDs.
You should definitely bring your card10, you can also bring your own LEDs, or if you have any wearable sensors you’d like to attach we can try to figure out how to connect them to your card10 together.
xHain is not a place to sleep, so please make sure you have some accomodation. Get in touch with us on IRC/Matrix if you don’t know.