If you find some joy or satisfaction in the making of things, here’s a thing for you.
Downtown Brooklyn’s NYC Resistor is holding its seventh annual Interactive Show on May 14 and it just sent out a call for projects.
“If you’ve ever wanted an excuse to build a dancing toupée bot, now is the perfect time,” the invite reads. “Or pull out an old project and do something new with it to make it great again. We’d love to show off whatever you’ve been working on.”
NYC Resistor is a increasingly vibrant hacker collective with a flair for inventive hardware projects.
Projects from past shows include some sufficiently wild stuff. Here’s an LED octagon called the Octoscroller:
The show will take place May 14 at NYC Resistor, which is located at 87 3rd Ave., on the fourth floor.
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