Electronic Design

The Latest in 3D Printing and IoT at Maker Faire 2015

The 6th World Maker Faire took place Sept. 26-27 at the New York Hall of Science, bringing together an estimated 100,000 DIY enthusiasts, makers, inventors, artists, and technologists. Along with a raft of fun projects, including mobile couches and sideways skateboards, the event saw some real advances in technology application, including the unveiling of the first mobile 3D smartphone printer as well as showing floating, wireless lightbulbs, increasingly dramatic drone wars and races, cloud-based home security projects and much ado about Arduino. The latter including Microsoft's push of Remote Arduino for the Internet of Things. Enjoy!

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