@gptkrsh0Came up with a name for the upcoming HackClub Delhi NCR, with well some help from chatgpt 0.0
@maggie2yesterday, i hosted a workshop (in prep for #onboard) on designing pcbs! ty to everyone who came -- here's the pcb business card i designed
@ThomasStubblefield7+I added some placeholder images (not representative of actual content).
(I tend to design without images, so I'll probably revert back to the grey blocks for further designs, but I just wanted to see how it would look with images).
@ThomasStubblefield7+Creating the Directory map (which will have the ability to contact leaders (who opt-in) straight from the map view.
(atm this is just the Leaflet plugged into the page. We're not displaying the clubs yet. Leaflet was surprisingly incompatible w/ NextJS, but we figured it outtttt! 😄)
(btw for our beta testing you can now opt-in by visiting the pinned-post in #clubs-directory and checking a box)
@ThomasStubblefield7+Today marks the end of my time as the Dorman Hack Club leader, as I officially handed over the reins to Jaime, our club's next leader. I am excited to see how he leads his club and grateful for his decision to continue this space for makers at DHS.
In addition, today also marks the release of the Carolina Hacks mini-documentary (attached to this post). Carolina Hacks was a hackathon that my friends and I organized, and it was a truly unforgettable experience. Thanks to everybody who helped make it awesome.@j_cordz6*It’s a quiet night... the weather forecast says:* 🌌 Starry-sprinkled night skies with a chance of shooting stars and Lo-fi beats.
You say to yourself, wait, that can’t be possible, right?
Definitely possible! I present y'all my new ship: night-skies.vercel.app 🚢 :quad_parrot:
Night skies github.com/j-cordz/night-skies is a small p5.js:js: website that includes a starry night sky and random shooting stars and some lo-fi beats! 🎵
Please give it a ⭐ on :github: if you like it! This was very fun to work on, and helped me to learn more about p5js.
@SameerYasin-U04FRLBSY567+Day 10 of WHW #hardware-party, Today I calibrate my fsi6s transmitter; binding it with the receiver, I was so sleepy that i also messed up the expo settings, but later got it right! I'm so tired rn that the only thing i can think about is sleep! And because of that I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
@Sam2After two days of hard work, the first version of the #angelhacks-toronto site is working and complete! We’re still hoping to add more info to it which will come soon!
@Lucas1WOW thank you so much! made my day happier:)
@ni5arga6Just shipped something new! I have built Slack Spotify Bot!! This is a Slack bot that shows what you're currently listening to on Spotify. When mentioned with the trigger word "spotify", the bot will check if it has access to your Spotify account. If it doesn't, it will prompt you to authorize the app. If it does, it will use your access token to get the currently playing track and post a message in the Slack channel. This code sets up a Slack bot using the Slack Web API and Real-Time Messaging API, and uses the request-promise library to make requests to the Spotify Web API. The bot listens for messages in Slack channels that mention the bot with the trigger word "spotify", and checks if it has access to the user's Spotify account. If it doesn't, it prompts the user to authorize the app using the Spotify Accounts API. If it does, it gets the currently playing track from the Spotify Web API and posts a message in the Slack channel with the track name. Feel free to show some 💖 by starring the project.
Here's the Repository for this project :
@ella0Last week I fabricated the design with the 3D printed carriage to compare it with the design that uses the sandwiches aluminum carriage plates. I think the one with the 3D printed carriage was significantly easier to assemble and adjust. It also seems more stable, perhaps because it’s a lot thicker than the aluminum plate.
The BOM for the latest version (with 3D printed carriage) is now on GitHub. You can find it here: github.com/hackclub/drawing-thing/blob/main/BOM.md
@LouisGan-U04G7K77ZNV0Winter Hardware Wonderland #hardware-party
There were complications in getting the Hack Club Bank to work and parts were slow to ship from overseas - but finally I got all the parts to work and here is the first prototype of the Triton Amphibious Rover! github.com/hackclub/winter/blob/main/thelouisgan.md
The RC controlled rover features a LEGO Technic vehicle that I coupled with a motor, and for the water side of things I rigged an underwater motor and 3D printed rudder to a 25KG servo motor. All this is remotely controlled with an RC so that you can take it to explore different terrain and locations! It is also powered by a rechargeable LiPo battery and will be able to operate up to 15 minutes on a full charge in optimal conditions. Will update more photos and videos of it in action soon!
Please do give feedback/suggestions as this is my first big scale project and thanks to @MelanieSmith and @belle for the support.
@cytronicoder7+Nothin much from me, but I will be going to NUS School of Computing (for the third time) tomorrow! Here's a photo of a VEX skills session that took place this Friday 🤖
@agentblack60000I created a discord bot, NoCap, that literally tells you if something is cap or not
@VinciC-U04HJHZ3Y0M0Unfinished + SUPER Late WHW Day 10 ❄️
Made great progress today!
• Printed a new case as the old one was in poor quality
• The display has FINALLY arrived
• Finished the codes and stuff
Will continue to provide updates on the project until I can power on the display
@Monish-U04APPH963U0Whwd day 6 ig #hardware-party :winter-hardware-wonderland:
Bed level done
Changed it again it clogged so again replaced it printing parts already been 8 hours more 17 hours to go 🙃
@ZeroQL7+#w-of-the-day day 55
I spent 3 whole days for math and math only but in the end it was worth it 😎 , i'm running on 3 hours of sleep so no productive stuff today
Here's me in the hc #minecraft server (you guys should join imho).
@CliveAlmedia-U04KN5ZHM2L0day 8/10 finished wiring one part of my project module 1 - boombox internal connections, i am hopeful that i will finish the wiring and soldering tomorrow so that i can focus on working on the main body . hope to upload a video of music that i play using this tommorow
@VinciC-U04HJHZ3Y0M0Day 8-9 of WHW ❄️
Printed the case for the display, plus contacted the seller and confirmed that the display will arrive in a week.
Sadly the cloud isn't working as expected and I'm currently looking into it :(
Final work on my project I just change codes to track my face and it's working well ❤️🩹😊@HaitomnsG-U04FQKQMCET0🇳🇵
Finally completed my project, making a cover was an easy task but I guess I should work on it naming 😂.
@Briyan0#hardware-party whw update! Just added SSH features and got some games on
@RohanKilaru-U04JRRKFNFQ0Day 10/10! Unfortunately I received the copper tape very late but I was able to do testing and got -40 rssi from 10 meters while -60 rssi from 10 meters with the normal yagi. I hope to finish this project in 2 days from now!
@HaitomnsG-U04FQKQMCET0:winter-hardware-wonderland: Winter Hardware Wonderland Day 10:
Finally after all the tries Google Assistant is working on Raspberry Pi 4. Now I just need to make a cover for it ☺️.@BikashGupta-U04HFDWE7CH0Final video of my Human face following robot 🤖. It is working well tracking my face 😊.@BikashGupta-U04HFDWE7CH0Day 6 of coding in Arduino uno 😊@Andrew0day 8: started coding out the radio and set the frequency and some other vars :blob_hype:. super excited to get this up and running and getting to listen to some jams 🎵
@TheScientist1010Day 8 of #hardware-party :
Today I didn’t make as much progress as I hoped in terms of the project. I tried to work with ffmpeg for video streaming; however, I don’t yet fully understand the concept. I switched the camera from a webcam to the raspberry pi camera.
@zuzu-U04GANRG9TN0Day 7 of WHW:
After working on my project and the circuit connection and wondering why it was so hard to get the wires connected I watched a couple YouTube videos and realized that I wasn’t fraying the wires enough. Today was much of a learning day for me as I worked a lot on trying to connect the LED to my connecting wires. I’m getting a head ache from the fumes (lol) so I’m done for today. I’m glad I figured out what I did wrong so I can finish it tomorrow. My brother said he will print my 3D model tomorrow so hopefully that will be done soon! Here a photo of my mistake lol
@OrbitalDev0❄️ WHW Day 7/10
Today, I set up recording for the camera!
Now, I have 6hr history of the camera.
I also got some displays out of old laptops. What should I do with them?
💨 Sprints will be back tomorrow!
I also worked on some scholarships today!
That's all, folks. Go to bed.
@BoyneGregg-U04AF4NLSJE0Winter Hardware Wonderland - Day 7?
The clock now has a good system to display basic information about the current process running.@Sean7+Simplified the PCB version (which is a cut down version) of my HWW project for Day 7 #hardware-party