Location1600 Roseneath Road
Richmond, VA 23230
hack.rvahack.rva is a Richmond-based makerspace. We like to take things apart, put them back together, figure out how they work, and create new things. Our mission is to learn and make stuff. We share tools and knowledge in technology, including Arduino, Makerbot, Linux, and the Open Source movement.
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A group of coders and aspiring coders mashed buttons while staring into screens in attempts to learn some code. We were trying freeCodeCamp, which is a learning tool in the vein of Code Academy, but seems more extensive. These code learning … Continue reading
Microcontroller Monday has been one of our biggest hits lately. It’s a monthly event that focuses on the use of those magic little boards that power so many projects. Lot of people, lot of fun, lot of electronics. Event host, … Continue reading
Do you know your “point clouds” from your “alpha channel”? Well we do now thanks to Grey‘s Introduction to Photogrammetty Photoscan workshop! We tried doing a Silver Surfer figure outside, but the light was too much. So, we took a … Continue reading
We spent the day soldering, desoldering, programming, and testing SNES reproduction carts. It was a good opportunity get the small-run of electronics making experience – especially for those thinking about taking an electronics product to market. People also leveled-up their soldering … Continue reading