MCH2022 is over, but The Badge lives on!
To everyone who worked on the project, be it in the past months or 1,5 years ago when we were still aiming for MCH2021: you rock! We have received so many compliments on the design, the soft-/firmware, the day 1 readiness, the website & docs, the specs and the overall end result: whatever you did to contribute, you can be proud to be or to have been part of this.
To our sponsors and the people who arranged the sponsorships: we couldn’t have done it without you. To everyone who made apps or mods during camp: thank you for giving The Badge its purpose. We hope to see even more in the future. To everyone here: thank you for being here, sharing our hype, giving your input and for making cool things with the badge.
To those who are missing something in their badge kit: we’ll work something out. We have some batteries and lots of tangle strip (velcro) left. Update Soon™ To those who want an extra badge: they will probably be sold in the ticket shop, we’ll share an update once we know more.
Please keep in touch, don’t put The Badge in a drawer, keep learning and hacking! We’ll be around for questions, fixes, improvements.
Now back to our regular programming.
In all likelihood you came here because you want to learn how to get the most out of your MCH2022 Badge…
Please proceed to the MCH2022 section, where we have gathered all necessary information for you.
In case you’re here for another badge …
Uups, apologies. Don’t forget that this site caters to quite a number of events that have badges built on the same technology, in case you received such a badge and are looking for pointers on how to use it, please proceed to choose your badge.
All resource on this site are works-in-progress. Please let us know if you find any errors or run into corner that could be explained more clearly by opening an issue or pull request in the documentation website repo. For example, this page should revert to being a generic badge documentation site after MCH2022. Thanks!