Victim Cache LIVE show and Fuzzy Organ workshop
Saturday May 11, 1-6PM
RSVP and details: on facebook
Chiptune is the music genre incorporating real game console sound chips as music instruments. Victim Cache experiments with this genre crossing it with surf, hiphop, and most recently acoustic. They’ll also be having a workshop to build your own chip-synth before the performance. They hope to incorporate those synths that people build into one of the songs. Also 10bitworks will have a few Arduino and Raspberry pi raffles throughout the day!
You can hear them at soundcloud.com/victim-cache
Cover of Hurt (Johnny Cash version)
Tim and John of Victim Cache are busy writing an original melody that will replace the classical tune in the video below. This will be used during one of their songs as an audience participation bit!
Prototype of the Fuzzy Organ electronic instrument you will get to build the day of the performance!
Alamo City Python Group
Tuesday May 14, 7PM
RSVP: at meetup.com
SA Open Stackers Meetup
Tuesday May 21, 7PM
RSVP: at meetup.com
1st Saturday XCSSA meetups!
XCSSA monthly meetups at 10bitworks hackerspace takes place every 1st Saturday at 1pm
Anyone hacked their HAM Radio to play music on your Grandmothers Pacemaker?
Anyone designed their own UFO using spare flux capacitors and warp coils ?
Anyone built a Margarita Maker from a Home Depot cooler, PVC piping and an insinkerator ?
Anyone modded their Hi-Fi amplifier to go to 11 in stead of 10 ?
Anyone hacked a WiFi router to control their dishwasher so you can get an E-mail when it’s done or running low on rinse agent ?
Anyone hacked their Atari 2600 for USB 3.0 support ?
Anyone added MIDI support for their 8 inch floppy ?
1020 Roosevelt SATX 78210
- From I-10, take Exit 573 to Probandt road.
- Turn North onto Probandt
- Turn Right onto Steves Avenue
- Turn Left onto Roosevelt Avenue
- We are at Roosevelt and McKinley
- Park along the streets
Fourth Saturday Member Meeting
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Tentative agenda items are posted here
and are subject to change up to 24 hours before the meeting.
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10BitWorks Hackerspace of San Antonio is a 501(c)3 non-profit garage-lab environment where hobbyists work together to make their own practical or experimental creations. Hackerspaces pride themselves on obtaining equipment that you just won’t be able to house yourself in a small apartment or in a sprawling HOA-controlled suburban home. Our diverse membership consists of: amateur radio operators, video and board game designers, machinists, programmers, retired NASA engineers, embedded systems engineers, mixed-media artists, and college students. Become a member today!