Adafruit has put together a site filled with documentation and projects for everyone. Check it out at the Adafruit Learning System!
What's next after building a 3D printer? A 3D scanner! In this picture, our friend Dez experiments with ideas for mapping a surface using a turntable, projector, and a TV test pattern generator.
On May 14th, Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor Inc, Workforce Windsor Essex, Greater Essex County District School Board, Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board, Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence and St. Clair College hosted the Build A Dream Event.
The event highlighted opportunities in a number of careers to better assist youth in making career choices and provided an opportunity for families to come out and learn more about careers in the growing sectors. Over 130 young high school women attended to explore future careers in science, technology, engineering, math and the skilled trades.
At the event was Hackforge’s Christopher Deschamps who can be pictured above showing off the capabilities and the potential of 3D printing.
Thank you Chris for representing us so well and thanks to the organizers of the Build a Dream event for having us.
“Maptime is a collection of beginner-focused community groups for learning geospatial technology, techniques, and concepts, particularly using open source tools and hands-on practice and exercises. But Maptime is also an important idea: it shouldn’t be so hard to learn, and we have the power to make it easier – and teach ourselves in the process” : from http://lyzidiamond.com/posts/why-maptime/
Today’s Presentation: http://copystar.github.io/osm-101/
To learn how to add any kind of thing to the OSM map:
To learn what is good OSM practice:
To learn what features are missing names in Windsor:
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