my name is Jon, I’m a member of TAMI hackerspace in Tel Aviv.
I found Decentrala through Hackerspace Wiki, I’d love to come visit sometime if it’s cool.
I’m not very knowledgeable in decentralized tech, but my day job is as a Unity/VR developer. I also do some immersive art stuff (esp32/WLED/simple PCB design).
Maybe I can even do an (English language) leds or Unity workshop sometime if people are interested.
Mostly looking to meet cool people and perhaps find a place to hack on some side projects.
We would love to meet you when you come and visit. We mostly have events on mondays and tuesdays at DC Krov from 19h. You can come anytime
We only show programs that are free and open source, other than that, there are no real requirements. Workshops don’t even have to be IT based, as long as no proprietary services are involved.If you want to show Godot or some other free and open source game engine, we would really love that.
I think there arepeople interested in WLED.
Decentrala’s events are usually held on Monday and Tuesday evenings at social club Krov. I think Krov have events during whole week. So, you can come to the Krov any evening, but you will find the Decentrala members only at the start of week (:
We have space for welding, but I would say it is not ideal (maybe we will soon change that, with some hardware upgrades). Also, I am not sure if there is a good soldering iron at the Decentrala.
What oscilloscope kit do you plan do assemble? The Decentrala should soon buy one oscilloscope, so we are looking into different solutions.
You said that you are an Unity developer. A few monts ago we had a lecture on the OpenGL fragment shaders, and probably there will be another one. If you like to write in the GL language, you can talk about shaders also. But regardless of OpenGl, I think lot of our members and visitors are interested in digital arts, so we are generally interested in your work.