LCA2020 OHMC alumni
- Can't connect to your car now you're not at LCA? - Setting up a wifi network
- Didn't finish building your car? - OHMC2020 hardware instructions
- Didn't get to drive your car, or get it to self drive? - OHMC2020 software instructions
- Your car isn't working right? - OHMC2020 Troubleshooting guide
- Looking for some extra configuration and setup info? - OHMC2020 What next
- Want to do more with your car? - Donkeycar documentation
- Need some inspiration to take it further? - [Beyond DingoCar]
- Want the source code for your car? - GitHub OHMC2020 Dingocar branch
- Use your perception model for other AI projects, beyond just the car - Guide to using Raspberry Pi with Tensorflow
Need some help in-person or online, or just want to connect with some fellow hackers?
- Talk to the OHMC team
- Connected Community Hackerspace in Hawthorn, Victoria.
- Slack/Discord (details coming soon)
- Mailing list (details coming soon)
- Twitter @geekscape, @nye_nicola
- Find a local hackerspace - Australian Hackerspace list
A note on Imposter Syndrome
The LCA hardware miniconf workshop is specifically designed to help people (like you) who've never worked with hardware or electronics before and give them an idea of what is possible. But once you leave the supportive environment of the workshop, it's all too easy to lose confidence.
Don't! You're a hardware hacker now and nobody can take that away from you.
The hackerspace community is incredibly welcoming of anyone who is keen to learn (that's you!) and happy to help foster the enjoyment of building and learning.
Nobody is an expert on your first day, and the OHMC team want to ensure you can make the most out of your new skills and your hardware kit. The possibilities are endless and we are here to help you build out your dreams.
Talk to us. We're happy to help.