Toy hacks with Node.js [Hackster]

Date
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Starts
6:00 PM
Ends
9:00 PM
Location
Improving 5445 Legacy Dr Suite 100, Plano, TX, United States of AmericaView map

Have you ever seen a vintage electronic toy and wished you could add contemporary features like machine learning or internet connectivity? In this talk, developer Rachel Weil will share a few projects that combine Node.js with hacking old electronic toys and a sense of humor. Weil will walk through a few of the projects she's built with landline telephones, microcontrollers, 8-bit game consoles, and more.

Bio

Rachel Weil is an experimental designer-turned-developer whose work offers alternate visions of computer and video game history. She is active in the indie games community and works as a technical evangelist at Microsoft in Austin, Texas.

Website: http://www.nobadmemories.com

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Ron Dagdag
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