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Best Geek Hangout: Heatsync Labs (Video)

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We've spent the last year in the laboratory putting Phoenix under the microscope to reveal hundreds of specimens of the best culture, outdoor adventures, shopping, dining, and nightlife the city has to offer. And we're finally ready to publish our results. Nerd alert! Now presenting Scientific Phoenix.

Into 3D printing, radio, gaming, augmented humanity, pomo fiber arts, musical tech, or just making and inventing in general? HeatSync is a community-supported space where folks of those bents can play, demo, craft, swap ideas, knuckle down on projects, hack, gossip, or just observe.

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Along with the power of multiple brains, visiting HeatSync Labs gives you an opportunity to use equipment -- like lasers, welders, oscilloscopes, and the Cupcake printer -- that can be tough for individuals to purchase and maintain. Check out the online discussion boards and events calendar for details, and plan some face time. Check out the video of HeatSync Labs by Evelyn Ngugi.


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