dog hunter, a company with headquarters in the USA (Boston), in Switzerland (Zug) and in Taiwan, designs, develops and produces WiFi modules supported by the Linino distribution of Linux and aimed at the educational, hobby and industrial sectors. Through its controlled company DH Labs in Italy it designs and develops solutions for sensors' management and control for the industrial sector. Arduino Yun, Linino ONE, Linino Yun Shield, Freedog, OpenSDA, Lucky Shield for Linino ONE are the most known modules by worldwide Makers and you'll find them at dog hunter's booth, together with newly developed prototypes. A team of Linino engineers and staff will be at the booth, ready to give you demonstrations, all of the information you need and to show some of the potentialities of the WiFi modules. Some sample projects will be on show, too...come and visit the booth to be astonished by the many uses of the company's products!



littleBits is the New York-u00adbased startup that is making hardware limitless. The company makes a library of electronic modules that snap together with magnets to let anyone build, invent, and prototype with electronics u00adu00adu2013 no soldering, wiring, or programming required. littleBits breaks down powerful technology u2013 from music with the littleBits Synth Kit, to space exploration with the littleBits Space Kit, to the Internet of Things with the cloudBit u2013 and makes them accessible and easy to understand. The littleBits library includes more than five kits and nearly 60 interoperable modules with products sold in 70 countries around the world. The company was founded in 2011 by MIT graduate, TED Senior Fellow and Open Hardware Summit cofounder Ayah Bdeir, and has grown to be a global leader in hardware. littleBits has one mission: To put the power of electronics into everyone's hands.

Micro Center


Micro Center is introducing our new $999.99 PowerSpec 3D Pro 3D Printer at World Maker Faire New York. To celebrate, we will be giving away one of these new 3D printers per hour during World Maker Faire New York. Attendees can register in our booth for a chance to win one of the 17 new PowerSpec 3D Pro 3D Printers we will be giving away. Those who visit our booth will also receive free filaments.

Spread Code the Brooklyn Way


Momo Akade, a Brooklyn-native, former teacher and lifelong maker, is the founder of Gigabryte, a platform that introduces kids to programming through wearable electronics. She created GigaBryte to help close the racial and ethnic divide in the field of computing. Momo was lucky enough to grow up in Brooklyn in the 80s and 90s, when Hip Hop music and fashion exploded on the scene. In this presentation, she'll pay homage to the MCs, DJs, graffiti artists, and break dancers who shaped her early identity as a maker, as well as to the sneakerhead kids she taught who inspired her to develop new pathways into STEAM.


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