Type A

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Having quadrupled in sales last year, Type A Machines recently expanded their factory line to San Leandro, inside of the Gate - an old Caterpillar plant. With new facilities in place, Type A is quickly responding to demand and becoming the quality brand choice for developers, professionals and expert makers looking to produce on the FFF platform. With fully integrated wifi, a 12x12x12


Seeed Studio

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Seeed is a hardware innovation platform for makers to grow inspirations into differentiating products. By working closely with technology providers of all scale, Seeed provides accessible technologies with quality, speed and supply chain knowledge. When prototypes are ready to iterate, Seeed helps productize 1 to 1,000 pcs using in-house engineering, supply chain management and agile manufacture forces. Seeed also team up with incubators, China tech ecosystem, investors and distribution channels to portal Maker startups beyond.


Cooking Hacks

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Cooking Hacks, the open source hardware division of Libelium, is an online retail store that brings the Internet of Things to everyone by making electronics affordable, easy to learn, and fun. Cooking Hacks believes that when cooking and electronics projects share first class ingredients and a set of step-by-step instructions, they produce the best results. In addition to products, components, and tools, Cooking Hacks offers online tutorials and videos to make creating tasty electronics as easy as cooking. Cooking Hacks is supported by a worldwide community of developers, designers, engineers, hobbyists, inventors, and makers who love to create electronics with sensors, robotics, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi. Creators of the Arduino Xbee shield among other add-ons, Cooking Hacks is an active contributor to the maker community, bringing 3G connectivity to Arduino. In our stand you will find all our products developed since 2007, including XBee, GPRS, 3G, Radiation Sensor board, e-Health and HVAC IR Remote for Arduino and Raspberry Pi as well as Waspmote, our Open Source Sensor Platform for the Community. Visit us to meet special and funny demos based in Arduino and don't forget to attend the speech given by Mike Script, from GuardIt, about INSPIRE: the smart device which detects pneumonia in babies.


Oru Kayak

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA The 2014 ISPO Product of the Year, the Oru Kayak, uses a brilliantly innovative, origami-inspired design to transform from a compact suitcase into an elegant, high-performance 12 foot boat. Now in the second year of production, the Oru Kayak is changing the way people explore the outdoors and experience nature. Originally conceived as a kayak for urban apartment dwellers, the Oru Kayak can be stored and transported anywhere, and the applications for it are endless. Paddlers can keep an Oru Kayak in the trunk of the car for spur of the moment expeditions or hike it through the backcountry to remote waters. And, it can be or checked on airplanes as luggage, carried on the back of a bicycle, or transported by train or bus. The Oru Kayak has won widespread praise not just for its clever design and unique capacity to fold up, but also for its on-the-water performance.


Hackaway

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HackAway is after-school sports for technology. HackAway provides affordable mentorship and instruction in basic electronics hacking and programming skills to middle and high school students. HackAway seeks to provide free opportunities for students from demographic groups that are currently under-represented in math/science achievement, engineering majors, technical fields, and the growing startup culture.



Battery-Powered Air Conditioner

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This portable Air-Conditioner is powered by a 12-v battery and a Peltier , a device that gets hot on one side and cold on another side. Heat sinks, miniature air ducts, and fans are arranged to produce a cooling breeze for the user.



Home Automation using Arduino

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This project uses Arduino and accessories like sensors and motors to automate household tasks. In particular, it automates: - Modulate fan with temperature - Notify the house owner of a burglary attempt - Control light intensity based upon darkness








Buggy Jr.

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This arduino powered robot moves around, with sensors to find its way. I chose this project because I am doing programming in school, and wanted to move on.


Haunted House

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Students have built different elements of a spectacularly spooky Haunted House that incorporate mechanical design, artistic crafting, and electronic programming.


Electro-wind

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This windmill looks like an old-fashioned grain-grinding windmill, but it generates electricity. I have always been interested in light houses and windmills.


Hamburger Robot

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Looks like a hamburger but isn't at all. Disguised as an edible object to hide from predators. Reaches for objects that are not in human reached.