Arduino: Sensors and Input/Output is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Dec 1. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
Want to get started with physical computing?
Introduction to Machine Learning using Tensorflow and Keras is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Nov 23. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
The most popular library for machine learning research and practice nowadays is Google’s library Tensorflow. Recently, they incorporated the high-level neural network library Keras – also one of the top performers in its field – into their distribution. With Keras, writing networks is a comfortable task, producing easy to read code and with Tensorflow, computations are rigged in a way that allows for immense automatic optimization: GPU calculations, cluster computation and parallelism are all handled transparently to the user.
Stamp Carving & Holiday Cards: November Make-Along! is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Nov 17. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
This is not your typical craft class. Make-Along is a self-guided craft workshop where participants learn new skills, explore new materials, and make great things!
Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Nov 16. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
Soldering is one of the most important skills you’ll need for working with electronics. Come join us for an introductory through-hole soldering workshop. Soldering enables you to create sturdy connections between electrical components.
Intro to Internet of Things: Build a Subway Countdown Clock is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, October 26th. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
Join us at NYC Resistor to build a personalized subway countdown clock. This class will introduce the basics of Arduino, electronics, and other important concepts you’ll need to join in on the Internet of Things (IoT). We’ll use a WiFI connected Arduino microcontroller to pull down real time subway data and display it to a LCD/LED character display. Never be late for a subway again**!