Who wants more newbie classes? WE want more newbie classes!
This one’s for anyone (member or not) who’s not sure where to start when wires are involved. Starting from scratch, we’ll talk about why and where electrical current flows, and then dive right into some hands-on experiments.
We’ll play with batteries and resistors, learn the basics of Ohm’s law, light some LEDs, and time permitting, probably play with some transistors too. There may be soldering. There may be long division. There may be small explosions and smoke. (That’s what happens when you send way too much current through a component. Intentionally?)
What are you waiting for? Go reserve your seat!
Ever driven a nail into a tire, just so you could practice fixing it? Me neither, but we’ll be doing just that, this Saturday, December 12th! Class space is limited, so RSVP ASAP.
This class (entitled “Coup-fourré!”) is for non-greasemonkeys. If you’ve ever been stranded with a dead battery or a flat tire, come to i3Detroit and learn the skills that’ll get you moving again. We’ll practice simple tire repairs, read trouble-codes from our cars’ computers, and learn how not to blow ourselves up with jumper cables. Full details are on the event registration page.
As with all classes at i3Detroit, non-members are welcome. Donations will help offset our costs, $5-10 is suggested.
With winter weather in full swing, you could wait a long time for a tow truck. After practicing these basics, you might not need one! See you Saturday?
It’s official. Royal Oak, MI is now the host of the 2010 Michigan Arts, Beats & Eats Festival. This is very exciting news for our city and will be awesome exposure for i3 Detroit and community in general to a large audience. We can’t wait to start hearing about plans and expect to see i3 Detroit there in full force.
Detroit area filmmakers are invited to the “DIY Filmmaker Meetup” this Thursday, Dec. 10th from 7pm to 9pm.
This is a networking event, for filmmakers of all experience levels to:
- Meet your fellow filmmakers
- Show off your current and past projects
- Find opportunities to collaborate with your peers
- Recruit cast and crew for your future projects
Admission is free, but please RSVP here.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
phone: (248) 906-8473
For tours, just drop in before a meeting (Tuesdays 5-7pm) or any Friday evening (5-9pm).
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