Over 100 “hardwarians” gathered yesterday at NYU-Poly’s Incubator facility in Manhattan for a few presentations, including three by entrants to the New York’s Next Top Makers competition. With public voting going live early next month, makers were presenting their pitches in an attempt to drum up awareness and support for their projects. Using components like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino, makers are able to quickly prototype projects to reimagine how we interact with everything from sound to urban traffic data.
Public voting for New York’s Next Top Makers begins on March 8th.
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