Come out to Unallocated Space on Saturday, Nov 26th at 2pm to talk about online anonymity and what it means to others with our friend Eric J. Anderson "Eijah". Eijah is a C++ programmer by day and a hacker by night and founder of Demonsaw.
Most recently he was a Senior Programmer at Rockstar Games where he created GTAV and Max Payne 3.
Demonsaw is a secure and anonymous information sharing application that makes security simple and gives you back control of your data.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to solder? Come to Unallocated Space on Tuesday, November 8th at 7pm. We will walk you through the basics of safe soldering. You will be assembling the SparkFun WeevilEye kit. We have plenty of kits on hand, so come on by to this free event and gain a new skill!
We are greatful to have received a large donation of open box retail items to tinker with. We’ve had the pleasure of squirreling away those items we can best put to use. As we continue to sort this amazing treasure trove of items, we need your help. We won’t be able to test and store all these items and want to turn this is to a win-win for everyone.
Want to make video games? Join us December 10-11, 2016, to participate in the worldwide game jam Ludum Dare 37. In this weekend-long game development hackathon hosted by Unallocated Space and organized by Baltimore Indie Game Developers Group with thier special guest, UMBC Game Developers Club.
Controllers / Arduino Night is going to long term end up as an Internet Of Things (IoT) direction in the course. The course is going to expand upon the basic Arduino type hardware controller into a more system approach to handle many devices and many interface of which one Arduino is not suited.
Update: I got attacked for saying “first” because apparently it’s happened before. So check out our first live streamed event since the last one!
Tune in this Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 for Unallocated Space’s not so first live streamed event. Due to high demand, we will be broadcasting the Introduction to Signal Analysis class using YouTube Live. Click here to be taken to the live stream.
If you cannot make the live stream, you will be able to watch the class later. Of course we would still love to see you in person at the event. There are parts of this class that simply cannot be replicated over the internet.
Unallocated Space is proud to announce that the Intro to Signal Analysis Class and Capture The Flag (CTF) has received donations from some awesome companies. The generous donations from these companies will be used as prizes and to support the operation of the Signals CTF. A special thanks goes out to the following sponsors:
Thank you for the donation of two Airspy R2 devices and a Spyverter for CTF Prizes
Thank you for the cash donation for materials to run the CTF
Thank you for the donation of two TCXO improved V3 RTL-SDR dongles
Halloween & Horror Epic LAN Party, October 29th!! 12 HOURS of Haunting Good Fun from noon til midnight!!
We knew you were dying to come play some horror-themed games with us on Halloween weekend, and we did not want to disappoint!
Saturday, October 29, from noon until midnight we will be running another epic 12-hour LAN party — this time horror-themed!
Come out to Unallocated Space Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 at 7pm to 10pm for an introduction to radio frequency (RF) signal analysis. This 4 week class will cover locating, identifying, demodulating, and decoding common RF signal types.
Update: If you plan on attending the course, please take this survey: https://goo.gl/forms/PnfESjl7VXto4zvJ3
Update: Please have everything set up ahead of time. Priority seating will be given to those with all the hardware and software install. Please try to arrive early. After the class ends in mid-October, please look out for another blog post with the course material.
Update: Thank You To Our Signal Analysis Sponsors
Checkout our 360 photosphere | raw photo (3.88 MB) of Unallocated Space! We’d love to also show you around (in person) at our Halloween Lan Party and 6th Year Anniversary Party! #photosphere #theta360
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