NoiseBridge, An Open Project Space for Hackers In San Francisco


NoiseBridge, a new open project space for hackers, just opened San Francisco’s Mission District. See Hacker Spaces for similar spaces around the world.

We want to provide infrastructure and collaboration opportunities for people interested in programming, hardware hacking, physics, chemistry, mathematics, photography, security, robotics, all kinds of art, and, of course, technology. Through talks, workshops, and projects we encourage knowledge exchange, learning, and mentoring.

As a space for artistic collaboration and experimentation, we are open to all types of art – with a special emphasis on the crossover of art and technology. From hardware labs to electronics, cooking, photography, and sound labs, anything that’s creative is welcome.

We intend to have many interesting things happening at all times. Sharing is essential to making this work. A logical followup to this is to find a space to display our creative projects.

UPDATE: Here’s more on NoiseBridge from co-founder Jacob Appelbaum.

See Also:

NYC Resistor, An Electronics & Hardware Hacker Space In Brooklyn

Hacker Spaces, Community Operated Project Work Spaces

via NYC Resistor

photo by Jacob Appelbaum