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Show off our hardware

We've got a couple of great demos but bring your own projects for show & tell anyway.

Jeff McAlvey of Tempo Automation will be showing his pick and place robot prototype. Digital manufacturing techniques like 3D printing are increasingly changing the way hardware is prototyped but electronics remains expensive, tricky and slow to produce. Enter Tempo Automation - think Makerbot for electronics.

Ian Danforth of Embodied AI will be showing off Alistair, his very cute sociable blue furred robot. If you caught a glimpse of either of these projects at Maker Faire, here's a chance to get a deeper dive.

And if you've got a drone, bring it too! The beta drone racetrack is up :)

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  • Greg T.

    Two great hardware startup demos:
    1) Tempo Automation - looking to do for printed circuit board manufacturing what 3D printing is doing for model prototyping.
    2) EmbodiedAI - Creating the next generation mobile furby-like lovable robotic pet.

    August 24, 2013

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