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The Hackert0wn SpaceLab AKA Mothership is a 38ft tall "silo" that allows space enthusiasts and scientists to test flying machines. Space exploration and extraterrestrial discovery is woven into the DNA of the Alpha One Labs hackerspace and recent grant opportunities for space projects we'll be accelerating space projects at warp ...
Finger print access to spaces that go on your account automatically linked to your credit card, use credit card to enter spaces, Using recycled insulated containers. We're offering free space to all of the local hackerspaces as sharing our hack hall and hosting events in our event space. Mixture of ...
Sung won Lim, co-founder of GenSpace will assist Hackert0wn as we set up all the infrastructures for supplies and safety codes to get core equipment capable of handling everything you need for an iGEM quality project with a fully equipped laboratory geared for genetic engineering and biology research
Create fabric, clothes and more at our textile facility. Looms and sewing machines make it easy for anyone to create an awesome looking dress or shirt
The green roof will harness the sun's energy using solar panels as well as the wind through vertical wind turbines and send it to the fuel cells. The solar panels will also heat up hot water for usage. The roof will have event space as well as planter beds connected ...
Our Zen cleansing facility will feature rain water usage. You'll be able to take a shower with a selection of either tap water or filtered rain water. All water is used efficiently in this restroom, and grey water is used to flush.
Our tool shop features a 5 axis CNC mill, full sized CNC router, a CNC mill, a table plasma cutter, a water jet cutter, 3d printers and many more tools and machines.
Our rainwater collection facility will be one of the most advanced yet. We'll be able to hold 10,000 gallons of rainwater. We will use Maurice's filtration system along with an electrolysis process through solar panels to separate contaminants from the water as well as produce hydrogen for the fuel cells. ...
The Fish Farm will grow Tilapia for use in the closed loop Aquaponic FarmLand system. We envision a fully robotic system where fish are bread and raised all in a nature like environment. The fish waste will serve to fertilize the produce above in the FarmLand above. When the fish ...
Play is an important part of learning and a unique feature of hackert0wn is a room dedicated to the exploration of building through play. Kids of all ages can experience unlimited creativity through Lego blocks, K'NEX, Crayola, Tinker Toys, and more.
The MakeBus will sell produce, it will run on veggie oil and have a food truck as well as aquaponics and a way to recycle waste. We'll have WiFi on the bus and solar panels. We'll do tours such as bringing the bus to Burning Man, it will be a ...
Traveling and need to crash for the night or working on a project and need a power nap to get you through that launch date? Take a nap in our crash pods! Rent-able by the hour, per person, you'll have a comfortable sleeping arrangement to help you get your ZZZs.
The equipment in the Hackert0wn gym will be built so that when you exercise on it, it generates electricity back to the power storage system. You'll be able to keep track of how many calories you've burned and how much power you've produced. We'll also offer an optional monetary reward ...
The t0wn also features a Public park with a zend pond, garden and atrium space as well as a zen reflecting pond
What hacker building would be complete without it's own broadcast studio and data center? Hackert0wn will offer a fully equipped TV studio, radio broadcast studio and eco friendly data center.
Open doors, buy stuff, reserve space, play music in the building, track the MakeBus and offer suggestions for improvement are just some of the things you'll be able to do with our iPhone and Android app. Interface with the Hackert0wn API with your web app as well.
The T0wn Hall will provide seating for up to 250 people at once and can be divided into 3 separate conference rooms or classrooms. This versatile space can be transformed from a conference hall, event space, classroom space, theater, lecture hall or concert space with stage. Host your next hackathon ...
The most productive and efficient projects produce some waste. Hackert0wn's trash treatment facility provides t0wn-goers with clear directions for processing waste. Recycle bins are clearly labeled with examples, composting bins are available and new research is being done to regenerate energy from our trash.
Our state of the art office space will deliver spacious comfortable and optimized private secure office space for you and your team. You'll be able to enjoy the awesome view and natural light from the wall sized windows and connect to your work force for creative collaboration. Each office will ...
Our hydrogen fuel cell array will combine the most efficient technology in electricity storage. Using large scale hydrogen fuel cell banks will enable the power to last longer and will be easier to maintain than conventional storage systems. We estimate that the power stored will be enough to power Hackert0wn ...
Create and populate printed circuit boards with our fully equipped electronics fabrication laboratory. Machines include a pick-and-place, re-flow oven, PCB mill and everything you need to mass produce PCBs.
The FarmLand facility will provide over eleven acres of produce to the community, local markets and restaurants. Using green architecture, LED and natural lighting with no pesticides, the facility will be a low power consumer with a high output of clean and safe food. The FarmLand aims to be an ...
Escape your roommates and the outside world and step into these private themed rooms that you can rent out by the hour for your own thoughts and creations. This may very well be an entirely new concept to the world. Listen to your own heartbeat, sketch out a new plan ...
Each of our 24 retail stores are integral to the Hackert0wn ecosystem offering everything a hacker needs to keep their projects going. Whether it's a stepper motor for your RepRap or one of those little chips made in China that cost more for shipping then they did to manufacture, our ...
Need a place to work outside of home? You'll be able to in the coworking space. Collaborate and share synergy with those like-minded people who share the same values as you. Comfortable seating arrangements and cushy sofas and bean bags make sure you can find that perfect work position for ...
HackertOwn is building an ecosystem for innovation and education to advance green technology. By providing facilities and access to materials, hosting classes and hands-on workshops, generating fresh produce and providing radically inclusive community space, HackertOwn benefits the entire local and global community.
Headed by Sean Auriti, co-founder of Alpha One Labs, a hackerspace in Brooklyn, HackertOwn meets the demands to drive innovation forward by taking the magic of hackerspaces to the next level. Hackerspaces are physical spaces where people come together to work on projects. Hackers today are not just guys on laptops pouring over code; they are the tinkerers and inventors who can break it, then fix it, then add another feature to it and make it do something else. We've noticed that when you need a part, it holds up your project.
HackertOwn offers a solution to this problem by providing a retail marketplace where hackers can pick up supplies like circuit boards, hardware, chemicals, fasteners and all those special pieces. There is also the option to print out what you need on one of our 3D printers, or cut it out with one of our CNC mills.
Using recycled shipping container architecture, HackertOwn provides a modular, eco-friendly place to hack, play, learn and grow food.
231 Norman Ave #312 Brooklyn, NY 11211
In addition to being chief executive at hackert0wn, Sean Auriti is co-founder and member of Alpha One Labs, a community hackerspace in Brooklyn that has had steady growth over the past few years and chief technical executive of several new websites.
Sean has always had a vision for building a green sustainable building and with the dawning of hackert0wn that vision has become a reality.
Maurice is an inventor and project manager. He's been inventing for over 20 years, has 20 prototypes and 70 more ideas. He's an open source advocate and is planning to open source his ideas. He started the Real Alternative energy group and is currently working on a water filtration system, hydrogen processing and is the person behind the aquaponic gardening Farmland facility.
He holds several certificates, and is a Certified Passive House Tradesperson, NY Licensed Real Estate Broker, Certified EcoBroker®, National Sustainable Advisor Program and LEED AP. His is also an educator, lifetime builder and author of the Build It Forward green building concept. Gennaro is one of the hackert0wn general contractors and architects who has provided early estimates and advise.
Lily Su is a sculptor and founder of Wombscape Soaps, a collection of quality soap curiosities that bridge between the fine lines of art and household products. Lily drafted the first complete 3D model of hackert0wn in Maya which you can see renders of above.
Jason Tschantre is a motion graphics designer, editor and video installation artist living and working in Bushwick, Brooklyn. He designs video projections for theater productions, themed parties and art performances. He is also a freelance video editor, and he has completed broadcast, promotional and archival videos for PBS, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera, and The New York Public Library. You can view various cross-sections of his work by clicking on the corresponding ‘categories’ links – such as “Editing” and “Installations”. Jason produced the awesome youtube video for Hackert0wn.
James Wolff isa rapid-prototyping industry entrepreneur and technology consultant. He is co-founder of Deep Space Industries the Vice-President of Market in D-Shape. Currently he attends the New York Law School Evening Division program with an expected Juris Doctrate in 2016. James provides legal council for Hackert0wn.
Aleksandar is a designer and coder working at 4ward dedicated to delivering state-of-the-art products with a proven track record with web projects, brand communications and graphic design. Aleksandar designed this website and performed all of the CSS / HTML chopping and JS setup.
Joseph Omansky is a financial technology entrepreneur and with particular focus on alternative investments and social media and a hedge fund of funds manager utilizing a patented hedge fund ratings process. He is an operating partner of venture-funded Trusted Insight, the fastest growing social network for institutional investors, now with 25,000 LPs engaging weekly.
Jethro Rebollar is a designer living and working in New York City as an Architectural Surveyor, Draftsman, and Modeler. Jethro's involvmenet with Hackert0wn involves doing necessary R&D for making Hackert0wn a community "corner-shop": Drumming up support; Producing schematics; and Realizing production goals.
Charles Mallea has created a multi-disciplinary practice providing services in Architecture, Interior Design and Exhibition Design. Project experience ranges from new construction of both public and private large-scale commercial and residential projects with a concentration in high profile retail design, as well as office and showroom design, residential rehabilitation, installation design, and furniture design.Working in close collaboration with other design professionals, Charles Mallea has designed and built projects across the US, the US Virgin Islands and Seoul, South Korea.