Loading…

It’s not 2013 anymore. Visit Sched’s 2015 Austin Guide =>


Sunday, March 10 • 3:30pm - 6:00pm
How to Make Robots, Drones and Superhero Costumes

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

RSVP Required - Want to learn how to build your own robot or real-life superhero costume that works? What about a camera that superimposes a mustache on your face?

The co-founders of BeagleBone, a credit-card sized Linux computer that provides laptop-like performance and expandability without the expense or noise of desktops, and BeagleBoard.org, an active open-source community for hobbyists, makers and DIYers that averages 50,000 hits per week, will lead an interactive workshop about how to build cool hardware using BeagleBone. They will showcase how current developers leverage the open-source platform to create innovative products such as an underwater robot, a 3D printer, BeagleBone mustache camera, a real-life superhero costume sensor-equipped platforms that make your life easier and a camera that spits out descriptions of a moment instead of the image. They will also provide key insight and tips on how to develop cool hardware using software like Android and Ubuntu and how to take your cool project and transform it into a prototype that can be taken to market.
Prerequisites:
Basic electronics and programming knowledge is desired, but not strictly required. Familiarity with tools like Arduino would be especially useful.
What to Bring:
Attendees should bring their own laptops that run Windows, Linux or Mac OS X.
To RSVP your seat for this workshop, please click on "Sign in to RSVP" in the upper right location of this page. You'll need to sign in using your SXsocial login information.
View official listing on sxsw.com

Speakers
avatar for Gerald Coley

Gerald Coley

Hardware Applications Engineer | Texas Instruments | Gerald Coley is the co-creator of open-source development tools at Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) and continues to oversee the design, support and manufacturing of these tools. During his 16-year tenure with TI, Coley designed... Read More →
avatar for Jason Kridner

Jason Kridner

Software Architecture Mgr/Open-Source Platform Expert | Texas Instruments | A well-known open-source software architect, Jason Kridner is the co-founder of BeagleBoard.org, a robust community where software developers and hobbyists share solutions, showcase new projects, ask questions... Read More →



Sunday March 10, 2013 3:30pm - 6:00pm
AT&T Conference Center, Classroom 204 1900 University Ave