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Null Space Labs is a hackerspace in downtown Los Angeles.
We are a place for people who do interesting things with tech; we offer wifi, coworking space, an electronics and hardware lab with soldering stations and rework equipment, a small wet lab, simple wood and metal working tools, public computers, and, most of all, a creative environment that's open to visitors.
Fields of interest of people you might find at the lab include DIY electronics, hardware hacking, lock picking, game development, entrepreneurship, security, graphics programming, AI, photography, privacy and civil rights, etc.
The group that operates Null Space Labs sees itself solely as an infrastructure provider and exerts little influence over projects and events carried out at the lab. We are trying to be financially independent, and finance our operations through membership fees. The space was opened in May 2010. Also, we are the only hackerspace that is not saving the world. <!– straight jacked from old metalab site –>
Parking is open again 24 hours/7 days a week (usually). Usually no attendant after 7PM Monday-Thursday. Occasionally you may find yourself locked in on weekends. Its OK! Just get creative and you can escape!
New meters have been installed either side of the building. Pay heed to the parking signs, as some days are no parking on the street during rush hours and they'll tow immediately.
If you are not careful, you WILL get towed from the other lot across the street, so don't use it. Refer to the image on the left and information on our website.
They shoot a lot of movies but say you work at NSL building and park anyway.
Find out the beautiful benefits of monthly membership to NSL. Try it out for a month and feel free to cancel any time after the first month if you feel dissatisfied.
Google Voice: +1 213 290 6855 (We never check it.)
NSL Batphone: +1 424 234 6750
(this goes to a real physical phone in the space) Broken
(We will get phone soon.. maybe)
Requested Items - Items Null Space Labs is requesting. Please donate if you are able to.
Recommended Reading(asm) - Primarily links for learning Assembly
BookList - More recommended books
NSL Library - Books on the shelf