When: Library hours Where: Te Matariki Clendon Library, 17 Palmer’s Road Contact: 09 269 0500 Available: 2 x microphones 5 x PCs with Ubuntu Studio
We like to build stuff, we sell stuff too and are pretty happy to help you find what you need for your next project. We're good like that :)
Long Description MindKits are known for being the Arduino and electronics specialists in New Zealand. Their fantastically friendly service and great knowledge also made them pretty much a one stop shop for advice and great electronics supplies for professionals and hobbyists. They also love to help so if you have questions, ideas or just need a hand - sing out. They're here to help.
MindKits was established in December 2008 by Tim Carr after seeing a lack of sites supporting New Zealanders in learning robotics and physical computing. After working away Sundays tinkering Tim decided it was time there was a site that not only sold robotics kit, sensors and Arduinos but was a place for a community around robotics to grow and have somewhere to share ideas and learning.
MindKits was born out of the need to build a framework to make it easy for anyone interested to enter into the world of robotics and feel supported along the way.
The MindKits team are passionate to see you learn and grow and are always happy to lend a hand. Contact us if there's a project you need some advice on or you need to source parts that we may not stock already. We can generally get nearly anything in and are happy to do so.
When: Sunday mornings 10.30 - noon for the family-friendly Digital Club. Other times available by appointment Where: Waiheke Library, 131-133 Ocean View Road, Oneroa, Waiheke Island Contact: (09) 374 1325 or email email@example.com Available: 1 x Ultimaker 2 3D printer 11 x Cubelets Robotics kits 2 x MaKey MaKey kits 5 x iPad Airs XBox 360 ... and a range of crafts and other activities!
Our aim is to keep things simple, efficient and local so that our customers can focus on rapidly developing their prototypes.
What kind of technologies/capabilities can you incorporate in your prototyping? The heart of our prototypes consists of microcontrollers that control input and output pins.
When: Second and fourth Fridays of every month, 3.30pm to 5pm, school term only Where: Birkenhead Library, corner Rawene Rd and Hinemoa St Contact: 09 486 8460 Available: 2 x 3D pen 2 x MaKey MaKey invention kit 1 x Snap circuit 4 x iPads
A Makerspace, sometimes called Hackerspace, is both a physical place and a community. What binds the community together is the joy of making things. There is no limit on what “things” can mean in this context, many makerspaces have a bias towards electronics or physical computing projects but it can, and should, include working with wood, fabric, food, glass, metal, beer or projects that include all of those… anything that can be made, discussed, refined and tinkered with.
Dunedin Makerspace is a shared workshop where everyone is invited to work and create. We work in many different disciplines, learning new skills from those alongside us and sometimes doing projects we could not do ourselves. We want to see electronics, craft, art, programming, engineering, cooking and all other types of creative enterprise happening at our workshop. The Dunedin MakerSpace crowd are a friendly bunch and someone will usually be happy to give you a hand.
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Fab Lab Chch is a community digital fabrication workshop that supports grass-roots innovation. Our goal is to empower people to become the makers and creators of their own world.
The renewal of Christchurch's built environment has activate a range of fresh thinking and innovation around the way we engage with our urban landscape. Fab Lab Chch seeks to capture this innovative thinking and offer citizens a platform to bring their ideas to life