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Stefan-XpStefan-Xp wrote 11/16/2014 at 21:54 • 14 min read • Like

As you could have heard on 13. November 2014 (Thursday) there was a big Hack a Day event in Munich. For me it was something like Christmas and Birthday ;-)

Just check out some Impressions...

Workshops

Workplace :)

People screwing together the #meArm s

Some Kind of Overview of the Workshops

The Workshop time was in fact to short ;) could have hacked away a few more hours, but the show had to go on ;-)

Projects

Below a few project, please feel free to add links to the comments section!

One of my favourites, very nice sound effects ;)

Not an actual project but a very neat gadget ... http://motrr.com/

Nice ambient lightning...

Lightning Talks

Sorry, can't really remember what that was :-/

Phoenard :) Awesome developement Platform, currently on Kickstarter:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2080282237/phoenard-the-arduino-compatible-prototyping-gadget

(Already >50% founded since thursday! (on Sunday))

I have a few more pictures, but they are made at the elektronika.
There was also Mr. Frake who invited us to see the computeum :) http://coole-seite.de

BTW, there is also a Blog Post about this: http://hackaday.com/2014/11/16/the-computeum-one-of-the-biggest-computer-museums-in-germany/#more-138274

And a Youtube Video:

Another one or two talks (Sorry for my bad memory!)

Here a talk about the M.A.R.S 3000, a very neat Mars Rover model

http://hackaday.io/project/740-mars

Computeum

Now lets dive into the lost treasures of the computeum :) What a great tour by Hans Franke!

Never tell a hacker not to touch something ...

It says "Endlospapiertrenner" (engl.: continuous paper cutter) Somehow funny ;)

Somehow a bit sad, that all those gems have to stay in a Storage Hall. Some people suggested a kickstarter for a more museum like presentation of the Stuff.

Outside

Follow the white rabbit ;-) nice peace of artwork ;-D

The Technikum, where all the magic took place.

Sprite_tms talk about hacking a Keyboard to play snake --> Mind blown.

The Hack a Day Prize

First Price a circuit board vice with signet :-) and well there was also availibility for a space flight or an nice pile of money ;-)

The lucky winners: http://hackaday.io/project/1340-satnogs-global-network-of-ground-stations

The lucky winners and the HaD Staff :-) BTW: Would be interessting if the rumor is true, that the event took place in Germany because the Winners stay in Berlin ;-)

The Party

The DJ Muallen :) I think he made a good job, i liked the tunes and you could also talk easy to other people.

My fancy POV device, swung a bit too fast.

Fancy sorting LED Hat :)

Really nice event, thanks a lot!

I'm also looking forward for Brians Video ;-)

Feel free to leave some comments!

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Stefan-Xp wrote 11/18/2014 at 23:09 point
BTW: You can also check out some Pictures by davedarko:
http://s1370.photobucket.com/user/davedarko/library/HackadayMunich2014
Thank you all!

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filid wrote 11/18/2014 at 20:17 point
Hi Stefan,

here are the results of the Motrr Galileo.

http://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/11/hackaday-io-prize-2014-munich/

Cheers,
-mat-

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Stefan-Xp wrote 11/18/2014 at 23:07 point
Hi Mat,
really awesome :)
Perhapps i should go find one to gift me this for christmas ^^
Thanks for sharing!

cheers, Stefan

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davedarko wrote 11/19/2014 at 07:54 point
Awesome :)

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Stefan-Xp wrote 11/25/2014 at 22:55 point
Hi Mat,

would you mind to tell me what kind of camera tripod you had with you?

cheers, Stefan

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Jasmine Brackett wrote 11/18/2014 at 12:33 point
Thanks for that Stefan - That was a great round up!

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Stefan-Xp wrote 11/18/2014 at 23:08 point
Thank you!

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Stefan-Xp wrote 11/17/2014 at 21:57 point
Do you remember the Project Name of the lock system?

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davedarko wrote 11/17/2014 at 22:35 point
Not sure there even was one..

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davedarko wrote 11/16/2014 at 22:53 point
Woohoo, me drinking beer :) the first presenters were from the ccc munich who wanted to show their lock system but couldn't because of (?) reasons. He then gave away some chip whisperer pcbs.

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