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The Baltimore Node has moved!

After two great years at 403 E Oliver street we have officially wrapped up our move to 2106 North Lovegrove street, just a few block from our first home, the now defunct Load Of Fun building. At the moment most things is still in boxes and stacks, but we have been working tirelessly to organize and setup our […]


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TEKTON! We got a pallet full of tools!

The nice folks over at Tekton sent us a pallet full of hand tools! To be more precise they sent us on of each of their MakerKits. We will make sure to put them all to great use!    


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Oct 25th BlinkyTile Beta Workshop Recap

A couple of weeks ago, on October 25th, Marty and Amy ran a workshop at the Node to beta test the BlinkyTile dynamic light sculpture kit. Participants worked together to build and program BlinkyTile sculptures using some pre-release versions of the BlinkyTile boards. It took some time to snap out and prep the tiles on […]


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Our very own Mark Huson to judge at Third Baltimore Hackathon!

Our former Node president Mark Huson will be representing us at the Third Baltimore Hackathon (baltimorehackathon.com) Nov 14th-16th!   Come out, work on a project, and get it judged by this gentleman, sailor, and scholar.  Hopefully you’ll win a prize!  Several of our members will be competing so contact us if you’d like to team […]


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MICA Smart Textiles At The Node!

We had the pleasure of a visit from the MICA Smart Textiles gang on Tuesday evening. They gave us some cool ideas for workshops we could do including seed grenading and mechanical puppetry. They also pointed out that the anti-theft device on our camera (a wrench attached to it) was not particularly effective and might […]


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The Perils of Losing Your Rubber

After discovering that someone had absconded with the rubber sling for our giant, life-sized Angry Birds game, the Node crew made a game-time decision to bring our paper rocket station to the Innovation Celebration closing party for Baltimore Innovation Week. We figured a couple hundred slightly tipsy technologists and entrepreneurs grooving to phat beats on […]


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Mappy Hour Leads to Geocoding Binge

“I feel like the most accomplished person ever. Before Thursday I didn’t know what the word geocode meant and now I just successfully geocoded the addresses of all soup participants.” -Jennifer McDowell of Baltimore Soup   .   Thanks to everyone who came out for Mappy Hour at our Super-Special Baltimore Innovation Week Edition of OpenHack, […]


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Baltimore Innovation Week 2014

In honor of Baltimore Innovation Week, the Baltimore Node has thrown together a slate of awesome events courtesy of our brilliant members and our friends at GeoMore! 3D printing Oculus rift Open source mapping and more. Come join the mayhem! #BIW14 #HappeningAtTheNode


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Back To School Blast-Off

Neither rain nor gloom nor the odd electrical short stays the Node from the swift and repeated firing of kid-constructed rockets. We just couldn’t pass up the chance to see hoards of tiny tykes lose their little minds as their paper creations soared majestically into the air, and then crashed (for the most part) onto the roof of […]


Reach for the Skies! – The Node Goes Back to School

The Baltimore Node will be at Hollins Market today from noon to 6pm for the Hollins Roundhouse Back to School Festival helping the future rocket scientists of America reach for the stratosphere. Come join us! #NodeOnTheRoad