Thanks to everyone who stopped by at Bay Area Maker Faire 2017! We had a blast seeing some old faces and meeting new ones. For those who missed it, here's a recap of the weekend.
We launched the TinySaber for the first time at MFBA17! The TinySaber is a novelty DIY toy kit that fits in the palm of your hand. This product features sixteen vibrant RGB LEDs, a reprogrammable processor, and multiple built-in functions and modes. We will soon be releasing a tutorial on how to modify and reprogram the default code so you can customize your own TinySaber experience. You can purchase the kit here for $25.
Parts included in the TinySaber kit.
We talked with several companies and makers over the weekend. Here's a collection of some of the interviews we had during the fair!
These makers at MFBA17 featured TinyCircuits hardware and design in their projects! We're proud to be a part of the Maker community, and we're committed to helping make the world open-source. Thank you to all of the makers on this list, and to everyone who uses TinyCircuits tech in their projects.
Creators of Cayenne, the new platform for open-source IoT. Cayenne features support for a variety of devices and brands, including TinyCircuits's TinyDuino format.
Creators of Dexter, an open-source super-computing robotic arm. Dexter aims to make precise, easily programmable manufacturing technology accessible to everyone. Some parts of Dexter's design features our products!
A kid's smart watch designed by Omkar Govil-Nair, a ten-year-old maker. We worked with Omkar to develop the hardware for the O Watch.
MakerHealth is an organization that strives to democratize medical technology and put the power of innovation in the hands of doctors, nurses, and patients. Projects developed by MakerHealth frequently feature TinyCircuits boards.