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zwei Kinder-Elektronik-Workshops am 30.Mai!!!!


Liebe Eltern!

Am 30. Mai 2015 wird es im Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory wieder zwei Kinder-Elektronik-Workshops geben, die von Studierenden des IKL gehalten werden.

Dieses Mal stehen zwei Workshops auf dem Programm:

Lass dein Monster raus!

12:00 bis 15:00
für Kinder zwischen 8 und 12 Jahren.
Materialkostenbeitrag 5 Euro für Buzzer, LEDs und Batterien.
alte Socken und T-Shirts willkommen!


15:00 bis 18:00
für Kinder zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
Materialkostenbeitrag: 4 Euro für Batterien und LEDs.
Anmeldung unter der Telefonnummer 0650/2429712.
Wir freuen uns auf viele kleine ElektrobastlerInnen, Sockenleuchtmonster und Roboschmetterlinge!

Audrey Tang : : THE SUNFLOWER MOVEMENT, Friday, 3rd of October, 7pm

Online Communities, Governments And Transparency

a lecture by Audrey Tang
Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory
Sechshauserstraße 28
1150 Wien
Freitag, 3.Oktober, um 19h
open to all genders
Audrey Tang wird über die Besetzung des Taiwanesischen Parlaments im Frühjahr 2014 erzählen, durch die ein Freihandelsabkommen mit China (CSSTA) transparent und diskutierbar gemacht wurde und im Endeffekt auch verhindert wurde. Durch Open Source Plattformen haben AktivistInnen Informationen zugänglich gemacht, die zu einem demokratischeren Umgang mit politischen Entscheidungen geführt haben.

Audrey Tang wird über eine dieser Plattformen namens g0v ( sprechen und die neuesten Aktivitäten um #OccupyCentral und ihre Zusammenarbeit mit code4hk ( beschreiben.

Über g0v: is an online community that pushes information transparency, focusing on developing information platform and tools for the citizens to participate in society. Substituting the “o” with “0″ in gov, the new “g0v” not only stands for rethinking the role that the government plays from the bottom up, but also represents the world view of 0 and 1 in the digital natives generation. Based on the spirit of open source, g0v cares about freedom of speech and open data, writing code to provide citizens the easy-to-use information service. The transparency of information can help citizens to have a better understanding on how the government works, to understand the issues faster and to avoid media monopoly, so they can monitor the government more efficiently, and become involved in actions and finally deepen the quality of democracy.

Shortbio Audrey Tang:

A self-educated programmer and translator based in Taiwan, Audrey currently works with the Taiwanese civic movement g0v, as well as at Apple on localization and release engineering.
Audrey has previously designed and led the Pugs project, the first working Perl 6 implementation, and served in language design committees for Haskell, Perl 5, and Perl 6.
Some of Audrey’s recent works include a multilingual dictionary visited by millions of people every month and a collaborative web spreadsheet that powered numerous civic movements.

Audrey Tang ist Aktivistin und eine der berühmtesten Programmierer Taiwans, nähere Informationen sind auf dieser Wikipedia Seite erhältlich:

MAPPING PARTY with district walking tour : : 6–8pm on the 3rd of September


with Yuwei Lin and Manuela Schmidt

mapping party yuwei und manuela

Maps based on OpenStreetMap data. Toner and watercolor style by Stamen.

This mapping party will begin with a short introduction on OpenStreetMap, underlining the importance and usefulness of a free/open source geographic data and geographic information system. Then, participants will go on a walking tour in the local area (near Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory) using Field Papers to validate, add, or change existing geographic data. After the tour, there will be a practical demonstration about how to upload the data and how to edit OpenStreetMap.
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Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory
proudly presents:
a Workshop by Rachelle Beaudoin
17th of June, 2014, 6pm
at Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory
Sechshauserstraße 28, 1150 Vienna

In this workshop, participants will explore soft switches and e-textiles

through hacking sound recorders and other small devices or adding lights etc..

The goal is to alter the garments to create underwear that play

Positive Affirmations to the wearer.

We may IMAG3239work in small groups.

No programming knowledge needed.

Rachelle Beaudoin is an artist who uses video, wearables, and performance to explore feminine iconography and identity within popular culture. She attended the College of the Holy Cross and holds a Master’s degree in Digital+Media from Rhode Island School of Design. She is currently a US Fulbright Artist-in-Residence at quartier21/MQ in Vienna.

: : Hackerin aus Kairo am 25.5. um 19h

Wir freuen uns sehrSalma Adel

am Sonntag, den 25.Mai, um 19h

zu einer Lecture

bei Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory begrüßen zu dürfen!

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Die Hackerin Salma Adel aus Kairo wird zum Thema



this event is open to all genders

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