This project contains CNC cut wood and metal, teensys, custom hardware, individually addressable LEDs, fiber optics, 3D printing and silicone castings and collaboration with 8 people.
Please help me out by backing, sharing, +1-ing, liking/RTing on the other networks and telling your friends about it!
Please do share this out with any hardware hackers and makers that you know -- would love to see more such events in NYC.
#hackathon #hardware #nyc
TechCrunch is well known for their hackathons. For the 2015 event in NYC, Hackaday has partnered with TechCrunch to bring hardware into the mix. Show up and hack together some awesome electronics!
RSVP on Eventbrite, spots are limited. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hackathon-at-techcrunch-disrupt-ny-2015-tickets-16290934624?access=hardwarehack@DisruptNY15
More details (like what dev boards we're bringing) will be posted here: https://hackaday.io/event/5213-hackaday-prize-worldwide-new-york-city
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