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Null Space Labs is a hackerspace in Los Angeles.
We are a place for people who do interesting things with tech. We offer WiFi, a coworking space, an electronics and hardware lab with soldering stations and rework equipment, simple wood and metal working tools, public computers, and, most of all, a creative environment that's open to visitors.
Fields of interest 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.
Null Space Labs is solely an infrastructure provider and exerts little influence over projects and events carried out at the lab. Our goal is financial independence, and we finance our operations through membership fees. The space opened in May 2010. Also, we are the only hackerspace that is not saving the world.
At NSL's new location near the Burbank Airport we have unmetered street parking out front on N Ontario St. It is easy to find a spot after business hours or on weekends.
Getting inside: Once you park, head down the driveway, we are the long building in the back (see link for overhead directions) We do share the property with two other buildings/businesses so please be respectful of their space.
We are on the ground floor, so there is no need for an elevator, and certainly not a hidden one that goes to the secret underground vault, which there isn't one. If there was, access would be strictly controlled by biometric DNA scanner. If you have been noodling around with CRISPR and your DNA has changed, let us know so we can update your biometric token.
Subscribe to the Mailing List
Join the Meetup Group
Hang out on NSL Discord
NSL Batphone: (234) 312-4521 This rings to a phone in the space and we also check the voicemail! (maybe)
Null Space Labs hackerspace page NOTE: Out of date
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