The HomeBrew Robotics Club was resurrected from the ashes of the original HomeBrew Computer Club by a group enthusiasts who were interested in the emerging field of robotics.
HBRC members have a range of expertise in robotics that includes beginners, experienced amateurs and professionals. There are no age restrictions or membership dues, so if you have an interest in the field of robotics, please join us.
We currently meet from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm on the last Wednesday of every month (except December).
The venue for the meeting is being hosted by Google (courtesy of Ryan Hickman) on their campus. There are currently two different locations that meetings are held at.
The meetings will begin at 7 PM and end at 10 PM.
ALL ATTENDEES WILL NEED TO REGISTER IN THE LOBBY - THIS IS THE NORMAL GUEST PROCEDURE WHEN VISITING THE GOOGLE CAMPUS.
To expidite getting into the facility, You may preregister for the meeting by filling out this form.
HBRC MAIL LIST
If you are interested in robotics and would like to keep abreast of club and member news, you will want to join our mail list. If you have a Google Groups account, you can simply add our list to your personal groups. If not, it is easy to set up a free Google Groups account by visiting Google.com. Our mail list can be found at: http://groups.google.com/group/hbrobotics
The HBRC Special Interest Group (SIG) is where members help each other solve construction, software, and design problems incurred while building their personal robots.
This meeting is held from 7:30 to 10:00 PM. at the TechShop in Menlo Park (120 Independence Dr) but on the 2nd to last Wednesday of the month i.e. one week before the General Meeting.
The SIG also plays host to the KidSIG where robots are made available for kids to share. Kids with their own robots may bring them to run and for show and tell. All kids are welcome but each must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
HBRC is an official California unincorporated assosication. Our by-laws are posted here.
HBRC members are welcome to attend IEEE Robotics and Automation Society meetings which are also held at the Silicon Valley Campus, Carnegie Mellon University usually on the first Wednesday of each Month.