ANNIKKEN PTE LTD

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Annikken Andee has simplified the entire process for mobile integration with Arduino projects. You don't need iOS or Android programming to create functional UI on your touch screen device. Buttons, sliders, graphs, text input and many more for all the customisation you need! Bundled together with Annikken App and Annikken resource library, our board brings your Arduino projects to the next level.




Epilog Laser

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Epilog Laser will be demonstrating the latest in laser technology and giving away some cool laser-etched/cut samples! Make sure to stop by and learn about all the things you can MAKE with a laser! Epilog Laser is the leading designer and manufacturer of CO2 and fiber laser engraving, cutting and marking systems. Used for prototyping, creating 3D models, engraving logos and much more, Epilog Laser has always been a huge supporter of the Maker Movement.


XYZ Printing

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Founded in 2013, XYZprinting is dedicated to bringing cost-effective 3D printing to consumers and businesses around the world. With proven industry expertise and an innovative spirit, XYZprinting is poised to break down the barriers of the 3D printing industry by creating easy-to-use devices that provide an outstanding user experience. XYZprinting is backed by world's leading electronic manufacturing conglomerate--- Kinpo Group, which earns more than $30 Billion in revenue annually and has more than 8,500 engineers in research and development across four continents. Kinpo Group has more than 15 years of experience developing and manufacturing printers for both personal and commercial use. XYZprinting's first printer, da Vinci 1.0, won the CES 2014 Editors' Choice Award for being the most approachable and affordable 3D printing machine. It was also recognized by Tom's Guide Readers' Choice Award in the same year. Currently, XYZprinting has offices in China, Japan, the United States and Europe.



Linino

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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!


Ford

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Transit Connect Pinewood Race. Ford designed this space to speak to the ingenuity of the thinkers, tinkers, hobbyists and tech enthusiasts who use "remaking" to fulfill an individual vision. Stop by to create and race your own mini Pinewood Transit Connect Vehicle. And share your experience via our Instagram hashtag printer. Check out the winning Transit Connect designs from the Makers Design Challenge—a partnership with DIY blogs, Boing Boing and Make. The challenge encouraged Makers to put their creative vision on display by transforming the Transit Connect into their very own mobile lab.


Metasphere

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Metasphere is a platform that connects hardware and software interfaces for developers of any skill level, from beginner to enterprise. Metasphere addresses the lack of flexible communication between hardware and software with instant plug and go connections in few lines of ready-made code. Metasphere brings higher level programming languages and powerful features to low level hardware, shortening the length of time and effort required to engineer new ideas from prototyping to product. We will be demonstrating the metasphere platform with one of our projects, a motorcycle remote started using an Arduino and a smart phone. The project includes a riding jacket with wearable LED's that sync with the motorcycle's turn signals and break lights. The project will highlight metasphere's realtime data capture taking statistics from the motorcycle including geospatial data, gauge outputs, and more.


LEGO Mindstorms

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LEGO bricks allows you to build and rebuild anything you can imagine, even working robots! At the World Makerfaire, LEGO presents LEGOu00ae MINDSTORMSu2122, the construction system that allows you to build and program robots that walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine! At the LEGO booth you will meet fan ROBOT MAK3RS that show only the mind is the limit for what you can create using LEGOu00ae MINDSTORMSu2122.


littleBits

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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.


AIO Robotics

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AIO Robotics developed the world's first All-In-One 3D Printer ZEUS. This device can scan, print, copy, and fax 3D objects with just the touch of a button. Very intuitive. ZEUS comes ready out of the box. Setup time less than 10 min.


ShopBot Tools

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Since 1996, ShopBot Tools' mission has been to make the empowering technology of digital fabrication widely accessible and usable. ShopBot's subtractive digital fabrication (CNC) tools, working across a range of sizes, deliver the power, precision and reliability of digital tools traditionally costing thousands of dollars more. ShopBot tools are designed and built in Durham, North Carolina, USA. Stop by our booth and you'll see our popular Desktop tools and our Handibot Smart Power Tools at work! You can even enter to win a FREE Handibot Tool.


Micro Center

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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.



Carbide Labs

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Carbide Labs is working to make modern electronics design accessible to everyone. We'll be demonstrating the Pick 'n Paste: a low-cost desktop circuit board assembly tool. The Pick 'n Paste enables circuit design with components both smaller and more powerful than those used in typical breadboard designs. We'll be running the prototype and discussing ways the system can help your next project! Feel free to stop by!


Autodesk

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Autodesk helps people imagine, design and create a better world. Everyone--from design professionals, engineers and architects to digital artists, students and hobbyists—uses Autodesk software to unlock their creativity and solve important challenges. For more information visit autodesk.com or follow @autodesk.


Vex Robotics

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VEX IQ is a robotics platform designed to transform STEM learning for young students and their teachers. Students as young as 8 can jump right in and snap robots together using this intuitive, toolless platform while educators can utilize the free VEX IQ Curriculum to help teach them valuable lessons and skills that are needed in today's changing world. The VEX IQ system was designed to be simple and easy for students to use. Structural pieces snap together and come apart without tools, allowing for quick build times and easy modifications. A variety of gears, wheels and other accessories allows for complete customization of VEX IQ projects and mobile robots. The Robot Brain takes high-end, powerful technology and simplifies it for educational use while keeping a high ceiling. Connect any combination of up to 12 Smart Port devices to the Robot Brain, which can then be controlled by built-in programs or programmed via a computer and compatible software program. In addition to using pre-programmed instructions, VEX IQ robots can be controlled by drivers using the Controller. VEX IQ sensors, including a color sensor, gyroscope, or distance sensor allow for advanced robots and teaching opportunities. Free graphical programming software, powered by Modkit, allows for custom robot commands, sensor interaction and more. ROBOTC 4.0 for VEX IQ, created by Robomatter Inc. and supported by Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy, allows robot programming in C. VEX Assembler powered by Autodesk 123D adapts the power of Autodesk's advanced 3D modeling tools, giving students the ability to assemble and test VEX IQ mechanisms and robots virtually. The affordable, accessible and scalable VEX IQ system will take STEM education at younger ages to a whole new level.


Sphero

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As the industry leader in Connected Play, we are defining the future of fun. Founded by Ian Bernstein and Adam Wilson, passionate robotics and software engineers, we create connected toys, fusing emerging technology with the latest innovations in robotics. Unlike traditional toys, our robots and software allow us to create ever-evolving experiences u2013 changing the way people play, learn and explore. Based in Boulder, Colorado, the Sphero team takes fun very seriously. We have found that people learn about Sphero best when they get to play with it. So we have developed an event track (can vary in size but is optimal at 6' x 18') that allows for up to 6 different people to drive and play with Sphero at the same time. In the track are certain obstacles and jumps that add to the challenge. We bring with us a branded backdrop that is 8' x 20' to fit behind the track, and a TV monitor with video of Sphero and Ollie in action. In addition to the driving experience, we sometimes do on-site giveaways and live demonstrations.


MathWorks

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MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on its products to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development. Demonstrations of MATLAB and Simulink integrated with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Lego Mindstorms.


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