Do you want to take your Halloween costume to another level this year?

Have you been wondering how to get started on wearable or hackable electronic devices?

Come to HICapacity! Next Wednesday, October 14th (6-8pm) we will be giving a tutorial on getting started with Arduino microcontrollers. The event will be hosted by UH student, Jessica Grazziotin. Jessica will show you step-by-step how to make LED light up glasses for a cosplay piece. She will also show you all the tools you’ll need to get started on projects of your own. This event is geared for beginners, so everyone from all ages and skill levels are invited to come check it out!

Email us here jlblanke@hawaii.edu with questions, to RSVP (helpful but not required) or if you would like to bring a project of your own!

What is an Arduino? Arduino is a popular brand of microcontrollers designed to be professional grade as well as user friendly. Basically anyone can do it (THAT MEANS YOU!)

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Hosted by HICapacity and KCC’s ESW chapter (Engineers for a Sustainable World) Join us Wednesday, Oct. 7th (3:30-6) for FREE snacks and beginner help with 3D printing, soldering, coding, and other electronic project help! Come check out electronic projects that students and professionals in the community are working on!

Featured projects: drones, apps, costume wearables, electronic skateboard, games, and more!

Email us here jlblanke@hawaii.edu with questions, to let us know you’re coming or if you would like to bring a project! See you there!

Location: KCC Stem Center, 4303 Diamond Head Road, Bldg. Koki’o 202, Honolulu, HI 96816

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Aloha Ladies! You’re invited to HICapacity’s first ever Ladies Social event! ladiesnight

Join us Tuesday August 25th (5:30-7pm) for snacks and socializing with other women in the Hawaii tech industry! Who’s invited? All women of all ages and skill levels (from the tech rookie to the senior developer). Who’s not ivited? No one! Men are welcome too. Just like programming night, hardware night, or any other event night at HICapacity, we are hosting a non-discriminating event where anyone that would like to participate is free and welcome to attend. Feel free stick around later for our weekly hardware night right after!

RSVP to jlblanke@hawaii.edu to let us know you’re coming or to suggest some conversation starters! See you there!

Location: HICapacity @ The Manoa Innovation Center, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, HI 96822

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