Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: Day Three

Major Takeaways Consumer-level fabrication tools have matured to the point where it’s helpful to have guidance in choosing. That says volumes about the scope of this market. AR still looks primitive, but is already hackable by hobbyists. Watch this space over the next 24 months, and invest wisely. IoT again. That the toolchain is maturing is indicated […]

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: Day Two

      Major Takeaways The Bay Area has a relatively enormous food/kitchen-hacking community. No matter what you want to do, there’s a board for it. Arduino has a ton of users. No, really, the numbers are shocking. Maker Faire never fails to have a large number of “Okay, cool, but…why?” projects. Bay Area doubly […]

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: Day One

Go to updates! Time once again for that magical melange of music, mayhem, and making. Step right this way for Maker Faire Bay Area 2017! (I wanted to be a carnival barker when I was a kid. Sue me.) The Faire’s soft open was today, with a Friday special ticket promising limited attendance. By which […]

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