Video #42: Maker Faire New York sync gag full version

Posted on Friday, October 5th, 2012 in Global Geek, Maker Faire, Videos by Ian

After we interviewed Cameron from Suspect Devices at Maker Faire, our friend Chris from Rocket Brand Studios cornered us for a recursive interview. The video is crowd sourced and we collected as much footage from bystanders as possible.

A very short version of this unique event was included in “The New York Trip” video, but here’s the full, uncut story. If we recover any further footage from the ‘sync incident’ we’ll release an updated video with the new perspectives.

A HUGE thanks to Don and Cameron from Suspect Devices, Thomas, and of course Chris over at Rocket Brand Studios.

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