Maker Faire Bay Area 2015
Maker Faire Bay Area is just over and we wanted to talk to you a little bit about what happened there, at least in images.
A large team from arduino.org was there: about 14 people were at our booth waiting for visitors and Makers to welcome them and show them the latest products and talk about the latest news on Arduino.
Tenaya Hurst, aka LininoWoman and ArduinoWoman, was there, too, with many of her beautiful wearables and with a show in the dark room of the Maker Faire Bay Area.
Part of the team was also introduced to the great public: here are some of the Hardware Developers, in front of the recently published Manifesto of Arduino.org:
And here some of the Software developers:
As we mentioned before, the crowd that attended both the Maker Faire Bay Area and the arduino.org booth was impressive, and many people came to find out about the new IDE and the new products, and our software engineers were there to give all of the information they desired:
and he had the chance to talk to many other journalists, like Rachel Berkowitz from Physics Today about the truth behind Arduino.
And he was interviewed by SwitchScience about the new products.
by Silvia Bianchi