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Tokyo hackerspace table day 2 at Make Meeting 07

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

On day two Ian gave a presentation on manufacturing open hardware projects. Tayken helped field questions in Japanese. We’ll post a video tomorrow if it turns out.

More photos of the Tokyo hackerspace booth and Dangerous Prototypes gang below the fold.


Tayken talks about the kits Tokyo hackerspace brought to the Maker Meeting.

Torsten, Tayken, Sjaak, and Ian. You may have talked to us in the forum or comments.

Ian stamps Takyen’s hackerspace passport.

Ian gave a presentation on open hardware manufacturing on Sunday.

All packed up and ready to go at the end of day two.

We celebrate the end of a successful Make Tokyo Meeting, and plot an even bigger event next year.

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4 Responses to “Tokyo hackerspace table day 2 at Make Meeting 07”

  1. Marius Jonsson says:

    I feel excited.M

  2. brentbxr says:

    no video?

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