Open to the public:
THU-FRI: 2pm - 10pm
SAT: 2pm - 6pm
(On other days/hours:
Hit us up on IRC or
knock on our doors.
A member may be there
to let you in.)
Open to members: 24/7
525 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor
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History for admin
We’ve been busy busy busy renovating All Hands Active to have more workable space. This means we’ve moved to the other side of Digital Ops, and are now erecting shelving and filling it with the multidinous wonders we seem to … Continue reading
In the sciences, it is generally looked upon as being in poor taste for one to experiment upon themselves. This seems to be a modern sensibility that arose about the same time as modern hospital hygiene. In the past, such … Continue reading
This canvas was painted by Valdes, Pokey, Amanda, and yours truly using small animals covered in burnt parlor hair, tea, and boutique muds as pigments. Don’t ask how we got red (thanks, Pokey!). It’s going to be part of Amanda’s … Continue reading
Crap! I wrote something all meaningful and stuff about how hackers wind up trusting each other more than others because of the shared desire to create incredible things, and how it manifests in doing things like holding wires together for … Continue reading
I think "Build Night" sounds much better in German: "Baunacht!"
The hackerspace invaded the local dance club for Yuri’s Night, celebrating the first flight of Yuri Gagarin. Costumes were encouraged, and we obliged.
The Atari Punk Circuit is a venerable old noise maker created by Forrest Mims III using the timed pulses out of 2 555 or 1 556 timers and some capacitors to make noise. The resistors change the rate of those … Continue reading
Andrew: "Nice box you got there, Alex." Alex: "Uh…" <punches Andrew in the face> This is actually the clackety box that goes clack when Alex juggles tin foil balls to close the interrupted circuits she’s built into her gauntlets.
No, we’re not presumptuous or anything.
We share space with Digital Ops, a local gaming business who have been awesome enough to help us set up with tools and parts and give us space and from whom we buy cookies and tea. We have arrangements worked … Continue reading