MakerChat 0x0E - Introduction to Node-RED 🔧
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This month, we're discussing Node-RED
Node-RED is a programming tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways.
It provides a browser-based editor that makes it easy to wire together flows using the wide range of nodes in the palette that can be deployed to its runtime in a single click.
In this MakerChat 0x0E we are going to learn and experiment with Node-RED using raspberry pi. We will be installing, and creating flows, nodes and GUI using Node-RED.
For Registration: https://lu.ma/makerchat0x0E
Location : KeyValue Software Systems Pvt Ltd, C113, 1st floor, Building SCK-01 SmartCity, Kakkanad, Kochi, Kerala 682042, India
Date & Time : Saturday 8th , 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM IST
FREE Registration Join and meet like-minded makers and hardware enthusiasts.
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Unveiling the Marvels of Computer Vision!
Step into the realm of technology where machines perceive the world through their digital eyes. Join us for an exhilarating journey as we unravel the secrets of "Computer Vision: How Machines See?"
From decoding image processing fundamentals to diving deep into complex deep learning algorithms, this captivating talk will demystify how machines extract insights from visual data. ️
Discover the magic of neural networks, mirroring the human brain's visual processing prowess. Imagine the possibilities for healthcare, automotive innovation, and entertainment that lie ahead!
Join us in decoding the language of pixels and patterns, and witness the future of technology unfold before your eyes. Don't miss out on this enlightening event that will change how you perceive the world of machines!
Date: 2nd Sep 2023
Time: 2:45 PM
️ Registration: http://go.makerchat.co/mc0x18
RSVP today. Let's delve into the world of "Computer Vision: How Machines See?" together! ️️
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Welcome to MakerChat0x17: Mechanical Keyboards - What You Need to Build One & QMK!
Join us for the 23rd edition of the MakerChat, where we delve into the fascinating world of Mechanical Keyboards and the QMK firmware. Our speaker, Athul Cyriac Ajay, an experienced Platform Engineer at Frappe, will take you on an exciting journey of building his own mechanical keyboard from scratch and exploring the wonders of QMK.
Session Highlights:Athul's DIY experiences and tips on building a mechanical keyboard Introduction to the QMK (Quantum Mechanical Keyboard) Firmware - Explore the power of customizable keyboard layouts
Speaker Profile: Athul is a tech enthusiast with an impressive background as a former GitHub Campus Expert and Auth0 Ambassador. He spends his weekends travelling on his bike or hacking on side projects. He has a special hobby of building Mechanical Keyboards, especially split keyboards. His expertise in Python, Django, Flask, and Go, makes him a seasoned developer.
Building Your Own Mechanical Keyboard: MakerGram's mission is to support makers and foster a strong DIY culture. In this MakerChat, we aim to inspire and empower you to embark on the journey of creating your own mechanical keyboard. Athul will share valuable insights, best practices, and considerations to keep in mind when building your customized keyboard.
QMK Firmware Exploration: Unlock the potential of your mechanical keyboard with QMK - an open-source firmware that lets you redefine your keyboard's functionality. Athul will give you an overview of QMK, its features, and how you can leverage it to design unique keyboard layouts and macros.
We're excited to have you join us for this insightful MakerChat!
Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from an expert and connect with like-minded enthusiasts. Register now and secure your spot at MakerChat0x17.
️ Date: 05 August 2023 Saturday
Time: 2:45 PM
Mark your calendars for MakerChat0x17: Mechanical Keyboards - What You Need to Build One & QMK! and join us to share your experience, learn, and explore new ideas. We can't wait to see you there!
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