Ever wanted to create a Magic Mirror? Look no further than this build session!
Session #1: Wednesday, Feb 22, 2016 6-9PM
Session #2: Saturday, Feb 25, 2017 10AM-1PM
Q: What is a Magic Mirror?
A: A Magic Mirror is a reference to a 2 way mirror with a LCD screen behind it displaying data via a web page.
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Q: Why would I want to build this?
A: So you can learn, customize and build something great!
Q: I don’t know anything about a Raspberry Pi, should I attend?
A: Yes, we will walk through with explicit directions on each step of the process. If you can follow directions & type, you can build this!
Q: I want to build a bigger one, why would I want to build an 8″x10″ one?
A: We have to start somewhere, you can bring your own materials (LCD, glass, frame, etc.) and follow along if you want, but the directions we have may not apply 100% to you. Using all the same parts speeds the class.
Q: I really want to attend, what do I do next?
A: Just RSVP, we’ll handle the rest.
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Join LVL1 for full day of classes covering 3D printing, custom embroidery and
All events Saturday, December 17
10AM-12PM: Embroider a holiday stocking
We’ll provide the stocking, you provide your color choice and text and we’ll show you the rest! This is a great hands-on project so you can learn the machine & have something to use for the holidays! Cost is $10 that covers all materials to produce a custom embroidered stocking you can take home with you. Please purchase 1 ticket for each stocking.
RSVP Note: Must pay by 8:30 AM Saturday, Dec 17 so we have enough material for you
Cost: $10 (covers materials)
2-4PM: Personalizing your own Tumbler
We’ll provide you with an insulated tumbler to personalize! You’ll learn what the vinyl cutter can help you personalize and how to quickly adhere an design to a surface.
Cost: $12 (covers 20oz tumbler & materials)
4PM & 5PM: 3D Printing: Getting to know how it works
Learn how 3D printers work, what you can print out and where to find designs. Thinking of getting a 3D printer for the holiday break? Stop here so you can learn the teams before assembling your own.
Across the world “Repair Cafes” are being founded to help people repair things and save them from being tossed in the trash. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept check out this short video:
This is actually a large part of what folks at LVL1 have done in our space over the years, however it seems that we may not be communicating this effectively. There’s been discussions online regarding starting a Repair Cafe here in Louisville but given that we already have LVL1 and we’re already set up to do this we thought we’d just set up a formal time for folks to meet at our space specifically to work on helping fix each other’s broken stuff.
Come to our space every Friday night at 8 and help volunteer to fix things or bring in something broken for us to try and fix. No guarantees but we’ll see what we can do!
For more information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repair Cafe