On the heels of Mitch Altman’s Circuit Hacking and Soldering Workshop on Thursday, we’d like to welcome to Dale and Dwayne of 2dkits.com, teaching a blinkies workshop this Saturday, April 9, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Straight from the source:
Build-A-Blinkie is where you get a kit (circuit board, LEDs, and other electronic parts) and solder them together to make a working blinkie. Basically, a little board with blinking lights. You can proudly wear your very own blinkie as a pin or attach it to a lanyard as a necklace, or just put it on a shelf and let others admire your technical abilities.
We bring eleven unique blinkie kits to choose from, soldering stations, lights, and everything else necessary to build your blinkie. The ability to solder is not required, and we provide as much or as little assistance as is needed.
We’ve been doing this for over 10 years now. Thousands of folks of all ages have been building blinkies – many of them who have never soldered before. We guarantee you will leave with a working blinkie!
Come one, come all! Build your very own blinkie at PS:One! More info about their kits here.