Dangerous Prototypes Booth at Maker Faire (Day 2)

Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 in Maker Faire by Ian

We had a great time at the DP booth on Day 2 of Maker Faire! Thanks to
everyone who came by for your interest, and your tweets!

More pictures below.

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5 Responses to “Dangerous Prototypes Booth at Maker Faire (Day 2)”

  1. the PR guy says:

    No twitter sweater?

  2. Sjaak says:

    The tweets are lost for ever??

  3. tayken says:

    Stand got broken? Or just trying to use more space? :D

    • Ian says:

      I used it the first day, but on the second I had to do a ton of messing with the board and needed to get it out of the case. Things are so crazy at these events it was never possible to get it back into the case. I am using it right now though, for the thermal Tweeter in my office :)

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