Hackaday Remoticon happens November 6-8 worldwide! The weekend will be packed with virtual activities, and most of them are hands-on workshops that you can participate in from the comfort of your home, lab, garage, basement, lair, or other socially distanced location of your choosing.
The news today is that everyone should register for Remoticon right now, and that we’re opening up registration for about half of the total workshops. More details on the remaining workshops, demos, and some special events will be available in a future article.
Get a Ticket for Remoticon, Then Register for Workshops
Step 1: Register for the Con. What you want to do right now is head over to the Remoticon ticketing page and register for the conference. We need to get a headcount so that our servers don’t melt down during this massive online social event. You can get a ticket for free, or you can choose pay as you wish — scroll to the bottom of the tickets under “Donations” — and those proceeds go to charities that feed, house, or educate people. In these hard times, if you’re in a position to spare a few bucks, please do so.
Step 2: Buy your workshop ticket(s). A workshop isn’t a workshop unless you can ask questions and get help along the way. Workshop tickets are for attendees who want to participate live, interacting with the presenters and other attendees via video chat. We’ve made all workshop tickets $10 as “skin in the game” to help ensure that these limited slots go to good use. Proceeds from workshop tickets will be used to offset the costs of hosting Remoticon.
If there is one request that we get every Supercon, it’s to film the workshops. This year, we can! If you can’t attend a workshop that you’re interested in we plan to record, edit, and publish them all so everyone can follow along at a later date.
The registration page has workshop descriptions listed when you select your ticket, but here are the titles whet your appetite. Thank you to everyone who submitted a workshop proposal, none of this is possible without you, naturally.
- Basics of RF Emissions Debugging
- Crowd-Controlled Robots
- The Hackers Guide to Hardware Debugging
- How to 3D Print onto Fabric
- Introduction to Firmware Reverse Engineering
- Introduction to Modular Synthesis using VCV Rack
- KiCad to Blender > Photorealistic PCB renders
- Learn How to Hack a Car
- Live Breaking into Encrypted 3D Printer Firmware
- MachineChat – JEDI One – A Universal Sensor Hub
- PCB Reverse Engineering
- Prototyping to the Max
- Soldering, Nothing To Be Afraid Of!
- Tiny ML
- Zero to ASIC in Two Hours