1. A Hacker Space in Hamilton: think|haus

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    Think|haus is a Hamilton-based hackerspace at 25 Dundurn Street North (second floor). Members can meet, collaborate on projects and share their knowledge of all kinds of DIY crafts and skills. Tuesday nights are open to anyone who wants to drop by. Learn more at thinkhaus.org. Filmed by Wayne MacPhail for openfile.ca.

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    • GGHC2011 - Update Video #3

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      Another update in the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge entry from think|haus

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      • The Conciliation Project

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        The Conciliation Project (TCP), is a creative social justice organization that uses theatre arts to include everyone in the dialogue on racism in America.

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        • TH-GGHC2011 think|tubes Demo Video

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          This is the final video documentation in the Element14 sponsored Great Global Hackerspace Challenge of 2011. think|tubes by think|haus Our concept for think|tubes was to make an expandable, modular system which allows the measurement and recording of various physical phenomena. We’ve built some sample exercises, such as a device to measure how hard someone can punch. This fun activity engages students, while teaching concepts of levers, acceleration, and force. Other sensors, such as light, temperature, barometric pressure, etc. are easily added to the think|tubes, allowing for customized usage. Any lesson plan that would benefit from experimentation and measurement can use think|tubes. Beyond measurement in the classroom, however, think|tubes can be used throughout the school. An applause meter at a school talent show, a game show buzzer system for fun quizzes, or a timing system for track and field – all of these uses are easy to add to think|tubes due to its modular design, standard Arduino hardware, and the bus which allows communications between modules. think|tubes make learning tangible. They provide a hands on way to interact with the physical world. Think it, do it, measure it, learn it. With think|tubes.

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          • TH-GGHC2011 - Update The Fourth

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            The fourth update from the think|haus entry into the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011

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            • think|haus GGHC Pencast

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              In this video, think|haus founder James Arlen explains the concept behind the think|haus entry into the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011. Developed from a Livescribe Pencast.

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              • think|haus GGHC2011 - Week Two Status Video

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                The Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011 -- think|haus status video - week 2.

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                • think|haus Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011 Intro

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                  Here's the think|haus introduction to the Great Global Hackerspace Challenge 2011 see more at: http://thinkhaus.org

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                  • Thinkhaus, R. Roger Remington and the Vignelli Center for Design Studies Celebrations

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                    Rochester Institute of Technology alumni Jill Kepler-Wagner reflects on her relationship with mentor R. Roger Remington, Vignelli Distinguished Professor of Design. Jill shares her experience attending the Vignelli Center for Design Studies Celebrations which took place September 16, 2010 on the campus of RIT in Rochester, New York. Jill is the communication and design director for Thinkhaus LLC. The video was produced and edited by Thinkhaus.

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