HAL9K is a relatively young hackerspace in Aalborg, established in 2011 with currently a little over 50 members. Their projects are often characterized as weird afternoon physics experiments such as water rockets made from plastic bottles and remote controlled submarine vehicles. HAL9K resides in FormuLab in one of the abandoned industrial sites in Aalborg, Denmark.
At Platform4.0.Future Meeting Hub HAL9K will play with QR-barcodes (2D) and experiment with the many opportunities they present. Expect medling around with how they are made, how they are used and how they can be represented.
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