Category: FredWorks News
During the 2016 Community Give, we raised a total of $2325 through 37 individual gifts! This was a significant increase from our 2015 community give fundraiser. Thank you to all of our donors! ———— The Community Give is a 24-hour day of giving on Tuesday May 3, 2016 from 12:00 a.m. until midnight. It is […]
On April 30th, Fredworks brought Arduino education to the Gayle Middle School. This is an educational program that includes a mix of information on microcontrollers, electronics, and C programming for the Arduino. We also offer similar instruction through our independent Arduino 101 and 201 classes as discussed on this website.
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Fredworks is gearing up for the Community Give fundraiser on May 5th. Take a look at this excellent first installment in a series to raise awareness about our organization. Be sure to share this on social media and participate in the hidden puzzles within the video to earn free gear and classes.
“In the year 2010 Boston Dynamics created BigDOG, the worlds first highly mobile robot… In late 2015 The Large Hydron collider in central Europe creates a micro black hole, which solves the worlds energy storage problem, with in years all electronic devices have a MBH providing nearly infinite energy and …”
Here are some pictures from the Fredworks booth at the 2015 NoVa Maker Faire. Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning. Makers […]
We kicked off our first member only hack night on March 10th. Several of the members had opportunities for dedicated time to work on projects and an environment in which to bounce ideas and problems off each other. Some practiced soldering while others worked on arduino prototypes. The kids had a section of their own […]