Charlie Larrabee is attempting to do something most makers dream about. He is trying to turn his passion for making, in the realms of circuit design and music, into a real business. He recently left his job as circuit designer in the oil business to design and build vacuum tube ...Read More
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Halloween and the Texas Renaissance Festival are just around the corner so we sat down with two of our members here at the Lab to ask them about some costumes they recently worked on.
Is this your first costume? How did you get into cosplay?
Zach: I started doing costumes ...Read More
We are seeking volunteers able to work 4 hour shifts during weekdays and weekends.Read More
As a Trainer at the Houston Public Library Community Engagement Team, when Clementina Nunez isn't tricking kids into learning engineering and coding with LEGO Robotics or presenting ESL Workshops, she can be sometimes seen in the TXRX Labs Woodshop. We were lucky enough to catch her in the midst ...Read More
Virtual Reality is a fascinating topic. Regardless of your generation there have always been fantastical imaginings of the future. From the 1939’s World's Fair to 2014’s Movie Interstellar, we’ve been shown the technological potential of humanity in all its awe inspiring greatness. We are all fortunate ...Read More
What is your role at TXRX?
I handle the backend of the labs.
How long have you been part of the TXRX team?
I've been involved with the lab for about 4 years. First as a member, then a volunteer, then an officer, then an employee. I volunteered doing ...
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About TXRX Labs
Established in 2008, TXRX Labs is a non-profit hackerspace for the greater Houston area. Housed in the East End District, we offer courses in and access to our rapid prototyping lab, woodshop, machineshop, electronics lab, and a wide variety of other tools. Our goal is to educate the public about technology and show how seemingly complex techniques can be used by anyone. If you like what we do, please donate.