Houston's Hackerspace

Oct 23, 2014 by cborn
TX/RX Labs' Halloween Fright Fest is fast approaching. Members and students have been working on their costumes in classes like Life Casting, Costume Armor, Wearable Lighting, and FX Makeup, and are getting ready to show off their works. The party will be starting Friday, Oct 31st at 7 PM.
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Oct 22, 2014 by cborn
Each year developers and enthusiasts from across the country gather for LinuxCNC Fest. This year the event is being hosted at TX/RX Labs. LinuxCNC is an open source framework for building machine controllers for controlling machines like mills, lathes, 3d printers, laser cutters, routers and edm machines. Essentially, LinuxCNC provides ...
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Oct 6, 2014 by cborn
Recently, Charlies Bornstein sat down with member Charlie Larrabee to talk about his passion for music and making. Charlie talks about his plan to turn his vacuum tube based audio amplifiers into a full time business and how TX/RX Labs serves as his base of operations for designing and building.
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Aug 18, 2014 by smcameron
The August 2014 meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held this past Sunday, on the 10th. Pretty good attendance this time, as has now become rather usual. Last month, I failed to provide a writeup for the July meeting, so that is included here too, below.
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Jul 8, 2014 by rtavk3
Many new tools go online in this months status report
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Jun 11, 2014 by smcameron
Another meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held this past Sunday, June 8th, 2014. We had a great turnout this time, if we get many more people showing up, we'll be needing to find a bigger room.
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Jun 2, 2014 by rtavk3
Things continue to go well for TXRX Labs. Lots of happenings to cover so lets get started! Classes are so popular now that we have to run them continually, no more spring and fall session, we have them booked out to august already with more to come. Signed the lease ...
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May 14, 2014 by chriscauley
At the 17th recreational computer programming meetup, Stephen talked more on simulating gas giants, Andrew presented on his struggle with the MineCraft launcher, Patrick talked more on big data, and Chris showed off another CSS Fractal.
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May 5, 2014 by rtavk3
Lots of happenings at TXRX Labs, so lets get started. --Puget Technologies has given TXRX Labs the opportunity to beta test their 3D printers they are working on releasing in the US market. Chris Kelly has been leading up the testing and lots of cool prints have been coming off ...
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Apr 13, 2014 by smcameron
The 16th meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held Sunday, April 13th, 2014. Pretty good turnout and lots of interesting things were presented, including a Little Man Computer emulator, fake computational fluid dynamics, and a cool 2.5D space game reminiscent of the vintage video game "Star Control".
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The Darkness Calls