Tokyo hackerspace at Make Tokyo Meeting day 1

Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 in conferences, Maker Faire by Ian

Tokyo hackerspace invited us to the Make Meeting and shared their space. They scored an extra large space with extra tables for the public soldering area. Anyone was welcome to come use this temporary hackerspace to assemble a kit or work on their projects.

More photos from day 1 below the fold.

Soldering lessons in the pop-up hackerspace.

MRE demonstrates a Brain Machine.

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