Introducing Intelu00ae Edison

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Intelu00ae Edison technology packs a robust set of features into its small size -- delivering great performance, durability, and a broad spectrum of I/O and software support. Those versatile features help meet the needs of a wide range of makers and pro-makers. Jim will provide an introduction to using Linux* with the Intel Edison technology's hardware, software, and cloud capabilities. In addition, he will outline how the new Intel Edison board, paired with a number of expansion boards, can support the thousands of ideas on the cusp of being invented.





Spread Code the Brooklyn Way

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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.


PourSteady

Exhibit

PourSteady is a Brooklyn-based startup that is building a robotic coffee system that makes consistent, great tasting cups of freshly brewed pour-over coffee for commercial clients and discerning coffee drinkers everywhere.


The Grommet

Exhibit

Founded by Jules Pieri and Joanne Domeniconi, The Grommet is a launch platform for innovative products with a purpose by Makers with stories. Visit our booth to experience a variety of early-stage products in action.



SAM, The Friendly Iot Prototyping Platform

Presenter

SAM is a modular, wirless, cloud enabled, electonics prototyping platform that allows for anyone to build complex electronics systems using out simple software. The presentation will outline SAM's hardware, software, and various uses for SAM. We want to show how easy it is to use SAM to create and how it is hands-down the easiest way for anyone to make complex, wireless systems.


Perplexed Nimbus

Exhibit

The Automatic Food Slicer Robot is an accessibility robot to help slice food for those who are unable to. It uses augmented reality to allow a user to "swipe to slice" their food. End-effectors are easily interchangeable.




Serious Robots on a Budget

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This presentation will outline how to create robots with a purpose for less then you'd ever imagine. Cost cutting strategies such as repurposing common materials, using parts from old, broken or discarded appliances, and online bargain resources will be discussed. Examples of actual, functional ''budget'' parts, such as linear slides, will be revealed. Presentation by Ben Hylak (White House Science Fair 2012, invited by both Make and Broadcom, Disney Peer Mentor 2014, and 5-time blue ribbon winner at NYC Maker Fair 2011).









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