Member Projects

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3D Printing
- 3D Printing - Hardware - Open Source -

Many members of Rogue Hack Lab use and have built or use 3D printers. Collectively mastering this process is an ongoing project that we engage in at nearly every opportunity.

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Micro Drone Race
- quadcopter - drone - particle.io - IOT -

Test your hand at flying one of our mini drones through our custom built light up course. Think you have what it takes to compete?

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Mutant Toys

Create your very own toy story! At this station, it’s okay to cut Barbie’s hair, or replace G.I. Joe’s arms with octopus tentacles, or add wheels to My Little Pony. We’ll supply tools and toys, you bring your imagination and sense of humor.

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Outside Time
- Barbecue - 4th of July -

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Photo Booth
- Javascript - Web Design - Raspberry Pi -

Using a RaspberryPi, camera module, thermal printer and a switch we created a photobooth that will take pictures, upload them to the internet and then allow participants to download the pictures later.

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Pixual.io
- Javascript - Web Design - Game Design -

Created as part of the Global Game Jam 2016 the game is simple: Given two nearly identical square grids of pixels, the player must determine which single pixel is not identical between grids.

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Robot Training

With a few recycled parts, an Arduino + motor shield, and Dlib computer software, you can make a working face-detecting candy thrower.

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The Secrets of Locks
- Hardware - Security -

Have you ever lost your keys and wondered how those locksmiths get you in? Come and learn how to escape from handcuffs and unlock a variety of 1, 2, 3 and even 4 pin locking mechanisms. But remember, with great power comes great responsibility.

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Translux LED Sign
- Hardware - Open Source - Arduino - Particle.io -

We hacked an arduino into a TransLux DataWall LED display to give it a new internet connected life. It used to hang in the window and inform people of upcoming events and about our hacker space however now it is used as an eye catcher at outreach events.

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