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Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator

by on Jan.06, 2024, under Events

Hacklab Members manning bridge stations while a large biomech ship is on the main view screen.

Hacklab.to presents Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator

Artemis is a local co-op multiplayer game where as a group you crew the bridge of a Starship. Work together to explore local space, upgrade your ship, and defend space stations from attacking ships and creatures.

Equipment and Instruction on how to play will be provided.

  • Friday Jan 26th, 7pm – 10pm
  • Saturday Feb 17th, 2pm – 6pm
  • Friday Feb 23rd, 7pm – 10pm

Donate to Attend at Eventbrite

Learn more about the game at artemisspaceshipbridge.com.

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Hacky Halloween: Mad Science Experiment!

by on Oct.27, 2023, under Uncategorized

Come show off your best costume! It’s time to bring out the LEDs and electronic masterpieces, or maybe just your best mad scientist hair. What better way to party than with whatever imaginative science and tech ideas we can create.

October 28, 2023, 6pm-11pm

Hangout and food 6pm-8pm, BYOB. Music 8pm-11pm.

No tickets, $10 PWYC (pay what you can) donation to support Hacklab.

1677 St Clair Ave West (nearest transit stop is St Clair West at Laughton Ave).

See you there!

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hacky-halloween-mad-science-experiment-tickets-735173161717

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Junk Independence Day

by on Sep.24, 2023, under Uncategorized

  • Sunday October 15th
  • 2PM – 7PM

Got some old electronics hiding away at home? Looking for a source of spare parts for a project? Junk Independence Days where people bring in and swap old electronics and e-waste.

Typical / past items included:

Liberated Junk from Days Past.
  • iPods / Mp3 Players / camcorders
  • Computers, laptops and parts
  • Printers / Scanners
  • Stereo amps, speakers
  • Traffic walk/don’t walk streetlights!
  • Hobby Electronics parts + kits

Not to be forgotten, there are always lots of little chips and bytes for random hacking too. Anything left at the end will be picked up on Monday and responsibly recycled!

House Rules: Items brought in for the Junk Day are not to be disassembled on site. If you want only part of an item, take it home, and bring the rest back next junk day.

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Hacklab.to is turning 15!

by on Jul.26, 2023, under Announcements

Waayy back in in August 2008 a few kids with a dream decided to come together and create a space free from all the ills of the world. That failed, so they created Hacklab.to instead.

Come out on August 19th 2023 from 5-11PM and celebrate the anniversary of that fateful day. We’ll spend a few hours of eating and telling tales and history, and then another few hours of partying to some serious dance music.

No tickets, $10 pwyc donation recommended for dinner, BYOBB.

Feel free to RSVP at Eventbrite.

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Weekend Open House – Sun. July 16th

by on Jul.11, 2023, under Uncategorized

Weekend Open House – Sunday July 16, 2-6PM

In addition to our well know Tuesday_Pattern. Join us the also this coming Sunday!

Please join us!

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Aug 20 — Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython Beginner Workshop for total beginners

by on Jul.10, 2023, under Python Newbies, Workshops

Sign up here on eventbrite

Workshop Slides link!

RaspberryPi Pico Beginner Workshop for total beginners, all are welcome. A 3d printed robot claw, electronics bits and a RaspberryPi Pico of your very own is included in the $75 ticket price. You’re more than welcome to bring your own kit and attend the workshop for a pay-what-you-can donation. Please contact us to let us know you’re coming!

Zach will show you how to get started with the RaspberryPi Pico, the super-friendly microcontroller platform that even artists love. We’ll cover…

  • getting the software installed and going
  • hooking up the RaspberryPi Pico
  • little bit of basic programming in microPython using friendly examples

You too can copy and paste your way to a working project!

What you’ll need:

  • A laptop on which you can install software.
  • The thonny python IDE installed: https://thonny.org/

Come on out to learn with us and support your local hackerspace, hacklab.to!

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Weekend Open House – Sun. June 11th

by on May.29, 2023, under Events

Weekend Open House – Sunday June 11, 2-6PM

Hacklab’s Open Houses follow what is know as the The_Tuesday_Pattern. That means there are folks that Tuesday never works out for them. To help close that gap, Hacklab members are coming together and reviving our occasional open house events on weekends.

Please join us!

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Doors Open Toronto

by on May.16, 2023, under Announcements, Events

HackLab.TO is happy to be among the 150 sites for this years Doors Open Toronto!
Come visit our uniquely adorned space filled with members’ projects ranging from art to electronic exhibits and design projects.

Saturday May 27th, 10am – 5pm
Sunday May 28th, 10am – 5pm

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Junk Independence Day!

by on Apr.16, 2023, under Uncategorized

  • Sunday April 30th
  • 2PM – 7PM

Got some old electronics hiding away at home? Looking for a source of spare parts for a project? Junk Independence Days where people bring in and swap old electronics and e-waste.

Typical / past items included:

Liberated Junk from Days Past.
  • iPods / Mp3 Players / camcorders
  • Computers, laptops and parts
  • Printers / Scanners
  • Stereo amps, speakers
  • Traffic walk/don’t walk streetlights!
  • Hobby Electronics parts + kits

Not to be forgotten, there are always lots of little chips and bytes for random hacking too. Anything left at the end will be picked up on Monday and responsibly recycled!

House Rules: Items brought in for the Junk Day are not to be disassembled on site. If you want only part of an item, take it home, and bring the rest back next junk day.

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Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator

by on Feb.01, 2023, under Events

Hacklab Members manning bridge stations while a large biomech ship is on the main view screen.

Hacklab.to presents Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator

Artemis is a local co-op multiplayer game where you crew bridge of a Starship. Work together to explore local space, upgrade your ship, and defend local space stations from attacking ships.

Equipment and Instruction on how to play will be provided.

Learn more about the game at artemisspaceshipbridge.com.

See Dates and Donate to Attend at Eventbrite

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