Processing入门 4月24日|Intro to Processing April 24th

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-15 下午3.05.12报名参加 Sign Up 时间: 4月24日,周日,14:00 – 17:00 工作坊介绍: Processing是一种开源编程语言,专门为电子艺术和视觉交互设计而创建,其目的是通过可视化的方式辅助编程教学,并在此基础之上表达数字创意。2001年,MIT媒体实验室的 Casey Reas 和 Benjamin Fry 发起了此计划。其固定目标之一便是作为一个有效的工具,通过激励性的可视化反馈帮助非程序员进行编程的入门学习。Processing语言建立在Java语言的基础之上,但使用简化的语法和图形编程模型。本次工作坊将重点介绍Processing中的一些非常基础又重要的概念。更重要的是引导大家如何进一步学习它。 工作坊架构: ●processing介绍,它可以做什么 ●Processing IDE的基本使用 ●Processing语言的基础知识 此次工作坊能帮助您: ●了解Processing编程的基本概念 ●用Processing画一些简单的图形 ●如何进一步学习Processing 费用: 新车间会员:150元/人; 非会员:200元/人 ]]>

Painters meet Hackers May 7 | 创客遇上艺术家 5月7日

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-15 下午2.54.21报名参加 Sign Up May 7 16:00 - 18:00 Workshop Fee: 350元/Xin Che Jian Members;400元/Xin Che Jian non-Members Materials Fee: 150元/person(including:50x60CM Canvas,Propylene Feedstock,Oil Paint) Workshop Description: Paul Graham said:Hacking and painting have a lot in common is that they’re both makers. Along with composers, architects, and writers, what hackers and painters are trying to do is make good things. They’re not doing research per se, though if in the course of trying to make good things they discover some new technique, so much the better. They seemed to think that hacking and painting were very different kinds of work– that hacking was cold, precise, and methodical, and that painting was the frenzied expression of some primal urge. ]]>

DIY耳机工作坊 5月7日|DIY Earphones May 7th

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-15 下午2.48.51报名参加 Sign Up Time: 13:00 – 16:00, May 7th Fee: XinCheJian member: 150 rmb; Non – member: 200 rmb Material: 200 rmb/person (Single crystal copper wire: 80 rmb/wire, speakers: 80 rmb/pair, earphone shell: 40 rmb/pair) Description: We use earphones day to day to listen to music, but do you know earphones are acually a kind of art? Reading the file (spinner) + digital to analog conversion (decoder) + mu-circuit + earphones = MUSIC. Earphones determie where the sound goes. Come and make your own high quality earphones. You’ll learn how earphones work by making it yourself. After the workshop, you can take your diy HIFI earphones back home, it can also be a sweet gift for your friends. We’ll use high quality single crystal copper wire and great speakers. You’ll feel like live no matter when you are playing games or listening to the music. ]]>

基础水培系统工作坊 4月17号|Basic Hydroponic System Construction April 17th

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-15 下午2.43.16报名参加 Sign Up Time: April 17th, 14:00 – 16:00 Fee: RMB 200; RMB 150 for XinCheJian Members Includeing hand watered hydroponic system, watering bottle/spray, nutrients. Description: If you know nothing about growing plants or what hydroponics is, this workshop is for you. This workshop will cover basic plant growing and hydroponic techniques that will allow you to understand and maintain one of the most basic hydroponic system types (hand watered container) with some of the lowest maintenance and resilient edible plants available. You will also learn how to assemble a basic hand watered container hydroponic system, and how to transplant seedlings into the system. At the end of the workshop, you will leave with a functioning hydroponic system with live plants and the knowledge to keep them alive. After that, all you will need for success is patience and motivation! ]]>

入门Arduino:物联网 4月10日 |Intro to Arduino: Internet of Things April 10th

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-06 下午4.03.11报名参加 Sign Up Time: April 10th, 9:30 – 12:30 Instructor: Nelson Zhang studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley before dropping out to become CTO of Wearhaus, a bluetooth audio startup. He is a long-time member of Xinchejian and previously worked in hardware and software engineering roles at Leap Motion and Amazon China. As part of job he deals with all aspects of designing and manufacturing a consumer electronics product, from the drawing board to the assembly line Workshop description: In this workshop we will teach basic electronics concepts and gain experience working with the Arduino platform. Students will build a small “smart alarm” that can be easily set to alert or wake you up at different times using a remote control and automatically turn the air conditioner on or off (based on whether the room lights are on) to save power. Objectives: – Learn basic electronics concepts – Practice using various components and sensors – Learn basic C programming skills and Arduino-specific code practices – Build your own IoT device Future classes: This workshop is intended as an introduction to Arduino prototyping. The 2nd series in the electronics workshops will focus on designing printed circuit boards for projects we’ve built (pedometer and alarm clock), followed by a 3rd series to actually solder and fully assemble the final products. Workshop Fee: Arduino Kit with Basic Components (special discounted price) : RMB210 (Original price: 300). Workshop: RMB150 (member), RMB200 (non-member) Workshop package cost: RMB 460 (workshop with kit and 1 month XCJ membership) Please download and install Arduino IDE ]]>

Arduino新手工作坊之自制计步器 4月10日|Arduino Beginners Workshop – DIY Pedometer April 10th

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 dTMdhRV9uOnx3p4XIjZncwb5NjhhZsg4GTNNrQoPi0Q报名参加 Sign Up Instructor: Nelson Zhang studed Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley before dropping out to become CTO of Wearhaus, a bluetooth audio startup. He is a long-time member of Xinchejian and previously worked in hardware and software engineering roles at Leap Motion and Amazon China. As part of job he deals with all aspects of designing and manufacturing a consumer electronics product, from the drawing board to the assembly line Schedule: – Learn how basic electronic components work and use it in your design; – Learn basic programming knowledge, for example: variable, and loop; – Use knowledge we learnt to build your own pedometer. Workshop Fee: - Arduino Kit with Basic Components (special discounted price) : RMB210, orginal price300 - Workshop: RMB 150 (member), RMB 200 (non-member) – Special package: RMB 460 (workshop with kit and 1 month XCJ membership) Preparation: – Please bring your laptop, download and install Arduino IDE – If you have Arduino kit, please bring it with you; if not, you can buy it from XinCheJian]]>

制作独有的加密网关 4月9日 |Create your own encrypted internet gateway April 9

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-04-06 下午3.59.49报名参加 Sign Up Time: 14:00 – 18:00, Saturday, April 9th Personal biography: Lukas has started playing with Linux when he was 13 years old and has been free and open source culture enthusiast ever since he realized what freedom it brings. His interest in censorship and autocratic regimes led him to choose Chinese studies as his university major, rather than computer science. He managed to combine these two interests in Shanghai, where he works as Linux sysadmin, while watching the world’s most sophisticated internet control system from the first row. Workshop description: This workshop will lead the participants through deploying their own personal “internet gateway” using theStreisand project. As the project uses Ansible to deploy the server, basic introduction into Ansible will be given. A VPS (virtual private server) abroad is necessary for the deployment; attendants will be led to choose a provider that suits them the best, and then deploy the server on the spot. All components that Streisand installs on the server will then be described, pros and cons of different protocols that can be used to connect to the server will be weighted, and we will configure our devices to connect to the gateway. After the workshop, the participants will have: * their own gateway deployed on a DigitalOcean server, free of charge for two months (promo code will be provided; credit card registration still necessary), * basic knowledge of the Ansible orchestration tool, * ability to deploy a Streisand server and overview of what it installs and why, * knowledge about different encrypted protocols for private networking, * knowledge about what international locations have fast connection to China. Workshop structure: 1. Introduction of the Streisand project 2. Short introduction into Ansible 3. Comparison of virtual servers providers and locations 4. Every participant obtains a virtual server 5. Deploying Streisand on everyone’s new server 6. Description of available protocols 7. Connecting our devices 8. Tweak it: adding accounts, … This workshop can help you: Get better international internet connection in China, uninterrupted by crackdowns. Access the internet privately and anonymously. Get basic knowledge about Linux servers administration and Ansible. Meet fellow privacy enthusiasts. What to bring: Linux or Mac computer, or Windows with a Linux VM, or at least Putty SSH client. International credit card (to get a free server on DigitalOcean) or a Bitcoin wallet (to get a server If you have any questions, you can contact the workshop organizer. WeChat/Telegram: hydrandt, [email protected] Workshop fee: – 100 RMB for XinCheJian members – 150 RMB for XinCheJian non-members – 50 RMB to support XinCheJian Choose whichever you you want, all money is donated to XinCheJian to cover the hackerspace running cost. Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot. Attendees who show up without sign up or informing the host may not have a place to sit! Space is limited, so we will be accepting sign ups on a first-come, first-served basis. Thanks for understanding. ]]>

创业训练营:团队活力和需求的发现 4月10日|Startup Bootcamp: Team Dynamics and Demand Discovery April

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上海静安愚园东路28号3号楼一楼 新车间 屏幕快照 2016-03-30 下午1.21.08报名参加 Sign Up Time April 10th, 13:00 – 17:30 Personal Biography While earning his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford, Alec Walker collected a variety of firsthand material from influential thought leaders in the fields of entrepreneurship, innovation, and management. Championing a method based on a combination of this material, he has helped a myriad of organizations around the world, including Y Combinator software startup SpinPunch, energy giants URS and AECOM in California and Shanghai, fast­-growing Silicon Valley money management firm Wealthfront, the Institute for Human Virology in Nigeria, Japanese health­tech startup Exmedio, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Group, and several leading universities in the US and Asia. His firm Inly works with accelerators and co-working spaces around China, helping empower startups with disruptive innovation and sustainable growth. Workshop Description Startups in China are working increasingly on new and unprecedented problems which lack their own specific best practices. As entrepreneurial innovation spreads, it becomes increasingly important to verify that demand actually exists for the new products and services being offered. In addition, because traditional research and planning are less helpful in predicting success in an environment of innovation, startup teams have wide variability in their implementation time and execution effectiveness. This workshop teaches the essentials of demand discovery for entrepreneurs and covers several tactics for efficient startup teamwork. Workshop structure 1) Startup Team Management. Nearly 2/3 startups fail for reasons related to internal conflict, and startups that adopt structured operations grow 3 times faster than competitors. Why does it help startups so much to maximize cognitive diversity in small teams? In this context, how can team members understand each other’s problem-solving approach, and manage conflict productively? This part of the workshop is based on research from Stanford’s professors George Foster and Lindred Greer, Tsinghua’s professor Ning Jia, and from Y Combinator. · The difference between productive and counterproductive conflict · The difference between feelings and emotions and relevance in startup teams · Team mate fault line analysis to predict interpersonal conflict · Adopting structured systems for operations while maintaining lean flexibility 2) Demand Discovery Clearly defined startup ideas preceding market valuation have only a 0.02% chance of success. Why is it so important to focus your startup on solving a clearly defined and data-supported problem? How can you quickly and cheaply discover and validate a real problem from actual users, and which users should you focus on? This part of the workshop is based on research from Inly, search optimization guru Gerry Campbell, Mosaic coauthor Marc Andreessen, and Stanford professor Andy Rachleff. · Overview of four methods to gather useful data from potential customers · How to compile data to inform your product development direction · Essentials of search analysis and competitive analysis · The eight second rule for product validation 3) Startup founder dating We’ll end the workshop at the next door beer bar with open networking for new entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas and find cofounders. You’ll have just three minutes each, with access to our projector if you need it. Alec will be timing you, and he will be very strict about the 3-minute time limit. After the pitches, people can mingle and discuss. This workshop can help you: · Find likeminded cofounders · Overcome the challenges of internal team conflict · Effectively utilize the diversity in your team · Set lean standards for startup operation · Discover how relevant your product or service is · Obtain feedback from users and adjust your business accordingly · If you are curious about new techniques from Stanford · If you want to understand trends in global startup analysis What to expect: This workshop will be predominantly interactive. Participants will be encouraged to engage with one another to solve problems under time pressure. There will be some team building exercises and some exercises that will teach content through experiential learning. There will also be some lecture to clarify the context and to solidify the learning. Who should enroll: The workshop is for new entrepreneurs and existing startup teams. The methods taught in the workshop will help to reduce planning time and increase the likelihood of project success. All who enroll are required to bring an open mind and a willingness to actively participate.]]>

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