The Blind Arduino Project is delighted to announce the kickoff of the Bay Area Blind Arduino Monthly Meetup -- BABAMM!! Beginning on October 8, 2016, Bay Area makers, both blind and sighted, will gather on the second Saturday of every month to construct, code, converse, and collaborate on Arduino and Arduino-ish projects. Bring your own or plan to join with others to teach and learn in a supportive and friendly environment focusing on empowering blind and visually-impaired people to make their own accessible stuff with Arduino.
If you are a blind maker working on a project, or if you are blind or sighted and have an interest in learning more about how blind and visually-impaired makers build stuff with Arduino, we invite you to bring your projects and your passion to BABAMM. We welcome beginners and masters alike, and are eager to learn and share our knowledge about all things Blind Arduino!
Meetups take place in the Innovation Lab at the LightHouse in San Francisco from 1:00 to 5:00 on the second Saturday of every month. Space is not unlimited, so it is really helpful to have an idea of how many people to expect. If you’re interested or think you might want to come, we would really appreciate it if you would sign up for the Bay Area Blind Arduino Monthly Meetup group. This makes it a lot easier for us to remind you when the meetups are happening, and to let you know about any special things that might be planned for future meetups.
Please join us for BABAMM! We look forward to crossing paths with many new and old friends as the Bay Area Blind Arduino Monthly Meetups continue to build momentum, community, and cool devices.