Hardware Lab will be opened on Friday 19:30 and will be closed on Sunday 18:00. Between those times Hardware Lab will be open.

On Slack you can reach as easily in #event_hwlab

Reservations for hardware will be done through the MLH Hardware reservation platform. As a reminder, remember that you are in charge of the hardware that you are borrowing.

When coming to the Hardware Lab to checkout items, we will be taking your ID as a deposit. If you don’t have any other ID than passport, we can accept it, but in that case please don’t leave the venue without it. The reason for this is that if the police happen to ask for your passport/ID, you might get in trouble if you don’t have one. In the case of passport deposit, you can get it back when you return your devices for example for overnight storage.

If you are not going to stay in the venue over night, please return your borrowed items to the Hardware Lab. You are not allowed to take any of the hardware out of the venue. When you come back to the venue next morning, the same devices will be given back to you.

In addition to what is seen here, we will have soldering equipments, scopes and passive components from Microsoft Flux and student group Elepaja. 3D printers will be also supplied.

Also we have distributed desktop computers (Powered by Jimm’s) with displays to the venue. 10 to the Game Jam track, 5 to the AI track and 4 to the Space track. These computers are first come, first served.



  • Leap Motions
  • HTC Vive Room-scale
  • HTC Vive Desk-scale
  • Samsung Gear VR (MLH)
  • Oculus Rift CV1 (MLH)
  • Kinect V2
  • Microsoft Hololens (Trimble)
  • Mixed Reality devices (From Microsoft stand)


  • Infrared Grid-EYE Array Sensor (Panasonic AMG8832EK)
  • CCS CCS811 Evaluation kit
  • DHT22 Temperature / Humidity Sensors
  • Gyroscope / Accelerometer Sensors
  • Different LilyPad modules
  • Photosensitive Sensors
  • Infrared Motion Sensors
  • Pulse Heart Rate Sensors
  • Capacitive Touch Sensors
  • Muse Headbands
  • Movesense Sensors (Suunto)
  • Light Intensity Sensors (From Helvar stand)
  • Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors (From Helvar stand)
  • Moodmetric Smart Rings (From Helvar stand)
  • Flir Lepton Infrared Camera (From Helvar stand)
  • Grove Kit Component (MLH)
  • Myo Armband (MLH)
  • RuuviTag Open-Source Sensor Beacon (Ruuvi)
  • People tracking sensors (From KONE stand)
  • Beacons (From KONE stand)
  • Flir Lepton Dev Kit


  • NodeMcu
  • Arduino Uno
  • Arduino Nano
  • Arduino 101 (MLH)
  • Raspberry Pi’s (The Qt Company)
  • Lilypad ATmega32U4
  • Arrow Dragonboard 410c
  • BeagleBoard PocketBeagle
  • Intel Starter Kit Component (MLH)
  • Base Shield (MLH)
  • Bluetooth Shield
  • Raspberry Pi Camera
  • StepStick stepper driver
  • LCD-displays
  • Raspberry Pi 7” TouchScreen Display
  • 2,4 Ghz RF transceiver
  • NFC Reader / Writer
  • Sparkfun Weather Shield (Microsoft Flux)


  • Amazon Echo
  • Amazon Echo Dots
  • Dual Shock Controllers
  • DC / Stepper Motors
  • Web Cameras
  • Dell U2518D 25″ Display (with mDP, USB3 cables)
  • Planmeca Sovereign Dental Care Unit (From Planmeca stand)
  • Planmeca ProFace 3D Camera (From Planmeca stand)
  • Planmeca 3D Intraoral Scanner (From Planmeca stand)
  • Amazon Fire Phone (MLH)
  • Dell XPS 13 (MLH)
  • Pebble Time (MLH)
  • RFID readers and other accessories (From Finn-iD stand)
  • Android Smartphone  (From Finn-iD stand)
  • Honeywell mobile devices  (From Finn-iD stand)
  • RFID readers, tags and antennas (From Siili + Stora Enso stand)
  • Eve V tablet (Eve Tech)
  • Softbank Pepper, Arduino, nodeMCU, Sensors (From Bitville/Eficode stand)
  • Amazon Echo (From Nordea stand)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 (From Nordea stand)
  • Google VR Headset (From Nordea stand)
  • IoT Tools and testbed (RC truck with sensors) to provide IoT-data (From Feetl Board stand)