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RSVP for meetup on 4/4 and recap of previous meetup

From: Haytham E.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 8:01 AM
Dear hardwarians,

Hope you're all well. Spencer Wright (one of the new co-organizers of this meetup) is putting together the next meetup, on 4/4 which you can RSVP for, here. There are some pretty impressive speakers, including smart manufacturing, smart cities and an interesting one focused on sex-positive products (which you'll have to attend to find out more about!).

A few weeks ago, we had our previous meetup in conjunction with Futureworks. Here is a quick recap in case you missed it:
  • We had Jonathan Bobrow from Move 38 and their latest product, Blinks, which just surpassed $100K in funding on Kickstarter. You can still get your hands on this open-source tabletop game platform until this Friday!
  • Hoplite Power gave us a primer on hardware bootstrapping. They are New York's premier phone charging network, which is expanding in bars and venues in NYC! If you know of a business that has been looking to solve their partron's battery woes, please let them know! 
  • Shabazz Stuart from Ooneepod, that are building new infrastructure for city biking. We learned that making infrastructure that can withstand the tough streets of New York, is a massive challenge.
  • Finally we had Keith Blake from Wear.Works who talked about the new haptic band for navigation, and how they helped a visually impaired runner almost complete the NYC marathon completely unassisted.
See you all next week!


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